A-Cero Architects Creates a Low-Rise Achievement

By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 8, 2011 • References: a-cero & yatzer
One prominent philosophy in most architectural design seems to be that "bigger is better," but as this single-story Spanish home by A-Cero Architects proves, this concept isn’t always accurate.

The featured home is constructed to carefully take advantage of its surrounding environment, with cutaway walls and large windows allowing mostly unobstructed views from many different vantage points. In this case, A-Cero Architects has scored a home run by designing a dwelling perfectly at ease with its environment, while truly making it feel like home. Stats for Extensive Bungalow Homes Trending: Older & Average
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