Do you remember the Safe House in Poland by Robert Konieczny?
This is a very similar project: Concrete House II, from Spain’s architecture firm, Joaquin Torres‘ A-Cero, gives that sanctuary a run for its money with its wild bunker-like appearance.
The modern residential home features giant angular planes inside and out.
Externally, the home has an austere appearance. Dark grey concrete angled walls replete with landscaping allude to an underground residence, although the home is above ground.
Inside, the home has a surprising amount of light and echoes the exterior with it’s angular kitchen counters, desks and faceted furnishings. Along with a modern kitchen, a formal dining room, den and office, bedrooms and baths, the home has a screening room and ambient lit underground parking garage. Great attention is given to both the interior and exterior lighting, utilizing spot lighting and concealed ledge lighting.
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