Lookout in the Rainforest

This astonishing ivory castle-lookout springs up like a concrete toadstool from the heart of a densely forested region high up in Catalonia.

Family House by Ricardo Bofill

There are houses that impress through size and greatness, others through shape and beauty and others through simplicity and elegance or modernity and charm. This summer house, located in Girona, the northeast of Catalonia, Spain is impressive through its greatness, shape and design at the same time.

Sci-Fi Apartment

This futuristic looking apartment is a duplex rehabilitation project recently completed by A-cero Architects in Galicia, Spain.

Somosa House

Another fantastic house by A-cero, great Spanish architects – 18,300 square-foot of awesomeness! From the first moment the house clearly shows its intentions, and bold, stylized forms, thanks to a subtle handling of curves that match harmoniously with their natural context without sacrificing a distinctly modern look. Horizontal lines dominate volumes, which are superimposed in layers, from a partially visible basement, forming layers that appear to emerge naturally from the ground.

Oil Mill Loft

Located in Extramadura, a community of western Spain, this amazing building was first constructed by the Jerónimo monks in the 12th century and later became an oil mill. Due to its historic value, its original architecture was kept intact

A Tribute to Industrialism

Here’s yet another brilliant example of a commercial building turned into a striking living space. This one happened to be a smelly and oil-filled garage in Sant Gervasi, one of Barcelona’s elegant suburbs.

Interior Designer’s Studio

Lázaro Rosa-Violán describes himself as an ‘urban archaeologist’ and ‘style hunter’. His studio has been published a few times, but every time I see his work, I am stopped dead in my tracks. The studio, Contemporain, consists of Lázaro and his team of eight interior, industrial, and graphic designers.

Open Box House

Located in the outskirts of Madrid, A-cero’s wonderful Open Box House forecasts a world of modern architecture and comfortable living. The sculptural 750 m2 house has a surprisingly artistic shape, inspired by Spanish sculptor Jorge Oteiza, renowned for being one of the main theorists on Spanish modern art.

Medieval Living Space

Located in the core part of Girona’s medieval quarter and overlooking the Plaça de Sant Domènec, Spain, this building dates back to the sixteenth century.

A House on Stilts

When Enrique Polanco, an art fair promoter in Madrid, decided to build a second home on this island some 100 miles from the Spanish mainland, he said he set out “to escape from real life in Madrid.” It’s no wonder he took his inspiration from the fictional character Peter Pan and named his home Never Never Land.