The Casa Zafra in Spain Merges Art and Architecture

By: Christina Butty - Published: Sep 18, 2009 • References: & dezeen
Located on a gold course in Spain is this home designed by Eduardo Arroyo of NO.MAD Arquitectos called Casa Zafra, which looks more like a painting than a dwelling.

Not only does this home have a funky line design on the facade, residents can change their view of the landscape using mobile screens. Inspired by crooked geometry, this two-story house is an interesting delight where jagged holes on the exterior strive to allow the colours of the sunset to move through the house. Stats for Modern Artchitecture Trending: Older & Average
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