Concrete House II by A-cero
Location: Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, Spain
Area: 1,600 sqm
Photo courtesy: Luis H. Segovia
The architecture firm A-cero presents one of its last works around a major single-family house. It happens in the edges of Madrid on a 5,000 m2 plot. It is a solitary story building and it has a 1,600 m2 manufactured surface.
The principal vibe that this house produces when individuals go into the plot is that the building is by all accounts covered up between solid dividers and vegetable slopes that reach out up to the rooftop. They are colored in dull dim and contain, between them, vegetation territories that appear to climb towards the sky. The house’s façade demonstrate a terrific natural perspective of the entire house thus even the hard solid demonstrates its most kind face.
The back front of the house is completely opened towards the patio nursery where the parlor, lounge area, library, study and rooms are. In this façade the wide windows, the volumes set and the projections (made of cement too upgrade. These components cover the few house’s patios. The expansive window of the primary parlor conceals itself consequently with a specific end goal to make this stay totally opened to the outside territories.
The plot incorporates likewise an exquisite greenery enclosure, a little lake and a padel track.
The environmental viewpoint is exceptionally in this A-cero’s work: the façade and the rooftop have the fundamental natural parts on the grounds that they are secured with low devour vegetation. Moreover on the house’s rooftop has been actualized a renewable vitality framework made of wide surfaces with sun powered tubular authorities who permit that the vitality self-rule of the hou