A-cero designed the 'LV House,' a single-family residence located in Madrid, Spain.
Architects Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares ensured that the house, which provides a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces, was constructed from high-quality materials. The house spans 1000 square meters, stretched over three levels.
Guests enter the home via a hallway, which leads them to a magnificent staircase connecting all three floors. For those who can't quite make the trek, the home is also equipped with an elevator. The social areas, such as the dining and living rooms, are located on the ground floor, along with the kitchen and service area. Meanwhile, the top floor is reserved for bedrooms and the basement level houses a garage, entertainment area, indoor pool and gym.
Overall, the simplistic design comprises elements of classic architecture mixed with a more modern aesthetic.
The LV House Features a Connective Staircase
Vasiliki Marapas — July 25, 2014 — Art & Design
References: a-cero & contemporist