The 'House on the Cliff' Home Features a Curved Roof Made of Zinc

By: Misel Saban - Mar 11, 2016
References: gilbartolome & dezeen
The 'House on the Cliff' designed by Jaime Bartolome and Pablo Gil is a cliffside abode built at a steep 42-degree angle facing the water in the Spanish countryside of Granada. The home features a luxurious design and is topped with an innovative warped roof made from zinc shingles.

The house features contemporary architecture blended with modern materials that ensures this home built on such a steep angle can withstand dynamic Granada weather. The metallic design of the roof mimics the ocean waves in the waters below while simultaneously providing a sustainable and durable design. The house features two stores and maintains a consistent temperature based off of the cliff's ground temperature of 19-degrees. The abode includes luxury features such as glass balconies and three bedrooms.