The dwelling in Etura by Roberto Ercila Arquitectura is an oddly shaped haven located in Etura, Spain. In the middle of the house is a long retangular protruding section that overhangs.
The roof of the home features a beautiful grassy garden with an access pavilion, and it overlooks the rolling hills in Etura. The building is made from concrete, and the design is eco-friendly and reduces energy consumption.
Roberto Ercilla Arquitectura is a firm that is focused on efficiency, management and creativity. Roberto Ercilla earned a degree in architecture from the Escuela Technica Superior de Arquitetura of Barcelona, and established his firm in 1978. The company won numerous awards including the first prize in the Ensanche 21 Municipal Town Planning Society Competition in 2010.
Overhanging Concrete Havens
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