Minimalist With An Artistic Twist – Contemporary Design by A-Cero

A house with a marvelous but simple design, a place anyone would enjoy calling home – it’s how we can best describe the residence we found in Las Rozas, Spain. The house was designed by architecture firm A cero. It looks simple but, at the same time, it has a strong visual impact and a very appealing architecture.

The architects combined elements of contemporary design with timeless classical accents to create a house that not only looks impressive but also feels extremely sophisticated and elegant. The building has three floors in total and measures 762.47 square meters. Starting from the bottom, there’s the basement, the ground floor and the first floor. The main zone is the ground floor where all the social areas are located.

Here you can find the living room, the dining room and a lounge area. There’s also a spacious kitchen, a bathroom and a porch, all on the same level. The bedrooms are situated on the top floor from where they get to benefit from stunning views through the large windows. The indoor-outdoor connection is strong throughout the house. There are two swimming pools, a large courtyard and two Jacuzzi, just what you need to completely relax and unwind.

Published by in Architecture, on October 4th, 2010


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