The Subarquitectura 360 House defied not one, but TWO architectural norms. For one, the house has no definitive angles or points of intersection, and secondly it is built on a slope. The engineering feat it must have taken to accomplish this is simply mind boggling.
Built in Galapagar, Spain, the Subarquitectura 360 House offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the mountains outside of Madrid. Because there are literally no walls or divisions in the house, there is this ongoing continuity which is meant to bring the family closer together. A truly awe-inspiring design.
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