Located in an exclusive residential area of the Spanish coast, the Weave House is one of the most beautiful examples of contemporary architecture we've seen. It features a distinctive fluid form that is strong and subtle at the same time.
The house was designed in organic style, which means that there are many sinuous and smooth lines in the silhouette. Unlike many other modern residences, there are almost no sharp edges or narrow angles. The shape of the building is uniform and blends in with the landscape. The surroundings, just like the house itself, were designed by A-Cero - a renowned architectural studio from Spain managed by Joaquín Torres and Rafael Llamazares - which There are paths paved with stones and large green fields that make for a pretty background the Weave House that glistens in the sun.
From the outside, the residence is a beautiful combination of white DuPont Corian surface material and elegant black glass. In addition to ribbon windows, there are terraces and porches that allow the residence to enjoy the fresh air. Thanks to vast walkable roof, they can also soak up the sun in the summer.
Clean lines of the house's silhouette give it an eerie feeling. We love how subtle details of many elements of the Weave House architectural sculpture make for great visual compositions, even when taken out of context. Check out the gallery below and see for yourself.