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.

The Edison

The Edison, that you can find in the basement of the Higgins Building in LA, was once home to the city’s first power station. Built by brass-baron Thomas Higgins, who had a dream: to move downtown to LA’s then-vacant west part, where Wall Street West is today. Of course, the center of the city was to be his own building, sporting all advances of science: lightning-quick electric elevators, lighting, clean running water.

Inverse triplex

The classic New York minimalist loft was considered too constraining and inflexible. The space is divided into a series of “stripes” to accommodate different functions into a promenade of experiences.