House of Infinite by Alberto Campo Baeza is Spaciously Serene

 - Jul 21, 2014
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The House of Infinite sounds like something Charlie from 'Perks of Being a Wallflower,' would name his home after becoming a famous writer or something equally creative and inquisitive. A stunning example of a modern paradise home, it takes on a rectangular shape that allows the interior to be as spacious as possible.

Designed by Alberto Campo Baeza, an architect based in Madrid, Spain, the modern paradise home is located in Cadiz. The name of the structure was inspired by its "infinite plane facing the infinite sea," as described by the architect. At the very edge of the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the modern paradise home is something everyone would dream of owning. It is built out of forgiving stone.