A-cero proceed their excellent work with concrete by the use of the distinctive Open Box House, a extraordinarily trendy residence located on the outskirts of Madrid.
Inspired by the rationalist sculptures of Jorge Oteiza, the setting up seems definitely a sculptural block the place juxtaposition, lighting and interplay create the spectacle itself.
The concrete facade exhibits quite a few textures, from granulated to brandering and grazed, and the house home windows have been positioned rigorously harking back to to show into accents and limits of the concrete type interplay.
The A storey residence accommodates the storage and facilities inside the basement, kitchen and restore areas on the underside flooring and private rooms and a library on the first flooring.
The interiors are usually not any a lot much less excellent, with elegant furnishings designed by A-cero and the Italian agency Fendi, a splendid horizontal fireside, white, cream and silvery finishes, an awe-inspiring K story entrance room, opening upwards in the direction of part of the library.
It is hard to consider that such a compact and concise object, nearly like an abstract trendy sculpture, would embody dwelling and restore space for a family, nevertheless it is merely the implausible sort of A-cero and their experience to make houses look like monuments.
A-cero Architects Concrete House in Madrid, Has Monument-like Design