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We have reviewed lots of architectural projects by Spanish A-cero Studio. This time they’ve created beautiful furniture items for VONDOM, and we can notice much in common with their architectural design. The awesome Rest collection was inspired by Origami, well-known Japanese art, and includes sofas, chairs, tables, lounges for outdoor area. Geometry, beauty and exclusivity are the base of the concept. Clear lines and simple shapes embodies style and luxury. Of course, all the items can be easily adapted to your needs and wishes due to modular technology. So, the new collection offers the maximum comfort and contemporary elegant design to its users.
Somosaguas House is one more large beautiful house designed by architects from A-Cero, who have been represented in our blog with their stunning masterpieces many times. As in many other homes of this company, we can see a modern, minimalist design with a facade, made of concrete and natural stone; crisp lines and volumetric construction, which seems rather heavy and massive. Clean lines and solid construction seem rather heavy and massive. The residence provides high connection with its surrounding nature, especially with water. The house stands on a small lake, but that is not all – one of the unique features of the building is a stunning large pool, which is located on the roof.
We have already presented to you some projects of the talented architects from A-Cero. Here is one more. It is a luxury villa in Las Rozas, one of the wealthiest districts of Madrid, Spain. The dwelling’s project covers a surface of 1 368 sq m with a light slope. The architects mix the limits between art and architecture perfectly well in this spectacular residence. It has three floors: basement, ground floor and first floor.
Spanish architects A-Cero proved their professional talent once again by presenting new luxury holiday villa at St Domingo, Dominican Republic. Needless to say, that this house may become a perfect place for the vacation. The architects’ concept is minimalist luxury. The roof takes the idea of the halfpipe which is similar to the skate park. The exotic features of the villa are its curved walls and ceilings. Breathtaking sceneries are opened from the large windows. The main colour of the residence is white which perfectly suits the surroundings. It looks gorgeous while the interior design is both simple and sophisticated with a lot of stone furnishings, contemporary furniture, and wood accents. Due to the structure of the modern home you can enjoy the Caribbean breeze in the room. It is a dream which came true!
These great houses were presented by A-Cero Modular quite a while ago, in 2010, but we simply couldn’t leave them unviewed. A-Cero is a world-wide famous Spanish design studio, specializing in urban architecture and design. Unlike the huge luxury houses they built for the La-Finca residential area, modular department’s houses are much smaller and easier to construct. Just like any other modular homes they are built of prefabricated blocks. There are multiple configurations, from the cheapest two room and one storey version at 84,000 euros, to the most expensive Cubic that has two storey and reminds of the luxury Spanish villas the most and comes at 252,000 euros. The earlier presented version is called the black house and has black glossy facade thanks to the black windows glass and aluminum panels. It looks extremely cool, but newer white house is more welcoming and extraordinary with its black and white contrastive exterior. For more information visit this website.