Located in northern Spain near the small town of Getaria is the 'Urrezkoenea House' by Peña Ganchegui & Associates. The house overlooks a spectacular view of the ocean and is hidden underneath the cover of a pathway.
The 'Urrezkoenea House' by Peña Ganchegui & Associates is not in your typical boxed home with a triangular roof because this house is actually circular. Included in the above gallery are pictures of the abode and the floor plan of the house.
The Urrezkoenea House by Pena Ganchegui & Associates is Underground
1. Underground Homes - The Urrezkoenea House demonstrates the appeal of underground homes, which save energy, provide natural insulation, and offer unique designs.
2. Circular Buildings - The circular design of the Urrezkoenea House challenges traditional rectangular and triangular construction forms, and offers an innovative approach to space efficiency and aesthetics.
3. Hidden Architecture - The Urrezkoenea House shows a trend in using hidden architectural designs to create unique and unconventional structures that blend into their surroundings.
1. Architecture - The architecture industry has an opportunity to push the limits of design with underground, circular, and hidden homes.
2. Real Estate - The real estate industry can cater to the growing demand for eco-friendly, energy-efficient, and avant-garde properties with underground, circular, and hidden homes.
3. Construction - The construction industry can benefit from the trend of using unconventional shapes, materials and methods to create sustainable and functional homes, such as underground, circular, and hidden homes.