This tremendous Casa Zafra house located on a golf course in Aranjuez, Spain, designed by Eduardo Arroyo looks too fantastic to be real dwelling. The designers used the wire mesh in the façade construction as an aesthetic accent as well as a shield against golf balls. This luxury two-storey house is inspired by crooked geometry. Casa Zafra has lots of peculiars except the funky design. Living room offers mountain views, upper level bedroom has a view of the old city and a river, and exterior terrace and golf course can be seen from the kitchen.
The main idea of the exterior design is the jagged holes of irregular geometrical shapes. At different times of day the sun can get into and natural light dramatically smooth interior space. All the colours of the sunset are moving through the house. No need to say how beautiful it is. The residents can change their view of the landscape using mobile screens. One more feature is the absence of doors inside. And how about a view of the interior cactus garden from the second floor huge enclosed terraces? Entering this house you will fill a unique style and aura of the interiors.
Photographer: Roland Halbe