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Freedom is a very powerful word. Insanely powerful. It carries massive meaning, multiple layers, infinite substance, for each and everyone. Difficult world we live in, beautiful and complex. If we were to be actually free a small gesture, a certain will would happily change our life, define the string on which we walk every day.
A bold gesture, a beautiful action defines the home showcased below, born from an incentive sketch. A natural gesture of freedom for the hand of an architect. Something pure, beautiful by definition, relative to everything else. The language is kept pure through-out the design process, as the beautiful home entitled “Crossed House” takes material from exposed concrete left bare, vulnerable towards the environment that isolates in its own location, subdued to the breathtaking images beautifully brought inside through the glazed walls.
This gesture of freedom has been forged in Alcayna, Spain by Spanish architecture studio entitled Clavel Aequitectos. Simple and beautiful, the home consists of two bare concrete volumes stacked and angled towards the remarkable expansive views of the adjacent mountains of “Sierra de la Pila” and ” Valle del Ricote”.
The interior design complements the exterior with white stark finishes that serve the sculptural furnishings as a blank canvas.
What do you think? We would love to hear your opinion on this marvelous design in the comment below.
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