Impressive use of Space and Concrete in A-cero`s Galicia House

Impressive use of Space and Concrete in A-cero`s Galicia House

Another amazing home by A-cero drew our attention. This next architectural jewel, built in Galicia, reminds us of a fortress with majestic interior and exterior design. Breathtaking to say the least, the home was built on a 2.000 m2 terrain. The architects  used the rough terrain as inspiration when building the house from cubic blocks and oblique walls. This is how the interior and exterior took shape: “The house is closed on the access façade, while it opens wide to the views on the opposite side“. This home has road access in three different directions, while the west side is dominated by a cliff. A-cero always surprise its audience with their ability to use the site of the future home in their favour. In this case, they played with volumes, space and light: “The interior solution follows a functional space distribution, coinciding with the blocks’ intersections, over 3 floors. The different levels are connected by a series of flights of stairs, located on a fixed part of the building and ending on a beautiful glass floor corridor that connects with the upper level.”  The interior of the home features two bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms and closets, a gym, an imposing living area, a kitchen, a solarium and a wonderful terrace. Just take a look at the pictures and tell us what you think: which one is the most stunning of A-cero`s works?

7 comments

  • Edurox December 14, 2010 at 21:22 PMLogin to Reply →

    Joaquin Torres es el mejor, la casa alucinante…

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  • sf December 15, 2010 at 04:48 AMLogin to Reply →

    That is totally my dream home. Love it…

  • Glen Woodfin December 15, 2010 at 22:32 PMLogin to Reply →

    That wrap-around plate glass window in the dining area give an inspiring view.

  • Amy December 16, 2010 at 17:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    This house totally looks like Marble Madness. I want it!! :D

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