Sotogrande House by A-cero in Cadiz, Spain
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The dominant color in the Sotogrande House by A-cero Architects is apparent from a first glance: bright white. The reason for this color choice is explained by the architects like this: “to provide clarity and luminosity to the interior areas”.
The cubic volume of the house offers two floors, with a total of almost 400 square meters (4,300 square feet)of living spaces. The social and public areas are located on the ground floor, including the hall, the dining room, the kitchen, the cleaning room, the lounge, the servants quarters and four bedrooms. All rooms have direct access to the lovely outside areas, where wide recreation spaces and a 90-square-meter (968-square-foot) swimming pool create a unique luxury environment.
Most of the furniture inside is made by A-cero, with white and beige wood as dominant colors. Several accents of bright colors and darker woods are also visible here and there for a little contrast. See for yourself the beauty of this concrete home in Cadiz, Spain.