Weave House by A-cero

By : Dennis Franklin | 3 Aug 2014 8:18 am | Homes

The A-cero architectural practice has defined their distinctive style which is quite visible in projects like the LV House, or the Open Box House and the Weave House is no different, following the daring sinuous and organic geometry that became a signature of the architects Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares.

This single-family home is located on an exclusive part of the Spanish coast overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and it has a surface of 1000 square meters spread over three floors with the garage, service areas and facilities in the basement, the public areas on the ground floor and the bedrooms on the upper level.

The interior is open and connected to the outdoors through terraces and porches, while the roof hosts a swimming pool. Each side of the house has a different façade with black glass and white DuPont Corian as the main materials which were chosen for their durability and quality.

 

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