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This Spectacular Home Features an Organic Design Principle

 - Aug 1, 2014
References: a-cero & contemporist
A-cero designed the 'Weave House,' a spectacular home located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

The finished product is indubitably an "A-cero" design, following the studio's distinct aesthetic of sinuous curves and organic lines. The facades, which follow the same design principle, are made from black glass and the highly adaptable white Corian. The materials enhance the strength and subtlety that the architects were aiming for with this project. The interaction between the Corian and glass, both high quality materials, reveals the "great plasticity of the facades."

The home, which spans over three floors, boasts a strong connection with the outdoor property, through integrated windows, terraces and porches. A standout feature is the walkable roof, fully equipped with a pool.