This minimalist house is located in Villarcayo, Burgos, Spain and is a project of Pereda Perez Arquitectos, in the year of 2012. It is the perfect retreat where you can escape hectic city life. The flat-roof house is made of concrete and wood, extends over an area of 206 square and combines the two materials in an interesting way, so that it does no cold or inconspicuous acts. The customers wanted a one-storey house, to the relationship with the natural environment to maximize. The clean lines, the rectangular Form, the floor-to-ceiling Windows create a bright and airy atmosphere, ideal for someone who is calm, light and minimalism is looking for.
One-storey flat-roof house is made of concrete and wood
The result is a spacious one-storey building, a sense of calm taught. The Central part of the building houses the open, minimalist decorated living area. He is with the court and the small terrace. “The margins” so to say, are the private areas dedicated as the bedroom, Home Office and a bathroom. The furniture is designed to integrate harmoniously into the architecture. The concrete finds its reflection in the floor covering, while the walls are covered with wood. Everything is straightforward and simple. The coherence of every detail in the entire structure is simply amazing. In fact, it is what the house is so interesting and attractive.
Flat-roof house is made of concrete and wood in Spain