The Memory House by A-cero

By : Dennis Franklin | 9 Jul 2015 6:59 pm | Homes

The architectural practice of A-cero designed the Memory House in the area if La Moraleja in the northern side of Madrid, Spain right next to a golf course in order to promote urbanization in the region.

The area has a perimeter intrusion detection security system ensuring 24 hour security and a centralized management with closed circuit TV, access control system for the common areas which is linked to the police. Each apartment also has smoke detection systems, an alarm and anti-assault buttons to ensure that privacy and security are as high as possible.

All this security also comes with a wonderful design which uses natural stone and glass as the predominant materials. The façade uses geometry of straight lines and volumes with corten steel sheets of various lengths to create an imposing and modern exterior.

The interior offers a double-height lobby with a lot of glass panels to ensure a bright space and the house has three floors with a basement which includes the service area, a leisure area with the cinema and massage room and a second bedroom.

The ground floor hosts the living area, the kitchen and the dining area in a single open space which is also linked to the courtyard and the first floor contains the main bedroom and three others with a bathroom.

 

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