Hidalgo Hartmann Arquitectura completed a minimalist family home located in Girona, Spain and entitled Casa Pocafarina. The project turns to seek the views and avoid contact with neighboring buildings while accompanying the curving street which borders the plot. The four volumes were therefore built in order to provide different perspectives on the surrounding landscape.According to the architects, the bottom floor hosts the garage and entrance porch, while the upper level accommodates a central, open plan living space and the bedrooms. The interior design is contemporary and minimalist, designed to respect the connection with the outdoors. Casa Pocafarina was constructed using various materials, yet concrete defines its appearance, both inside and out. The monochromatic home inspires soberness and uniformity. Do you find this type of home design appealing?