There are vacation homes, and then there are vacation homes that are a destination within themselves. Situated on a large sprawling country lot in Zamora, Spain this home is nothing short of an exemplary piece of modern architecture mixed in with the old world charm of the European countryside.
The home itself is only a little larger than 1,100 square feet, but the completely concrete structure is transparent on two sides to keep the outdoors in continuous view without any chance of disconnect. The home serves as somewhat of a divider, keeping the vineyard separate from the trees.
Also serving as a divider are the public living spaces that are keeping the two bedrooms as private as possible while still maintaining a sense of openness. The all white furnishings keep things light and fresh to keep that careless ‘vacation house’ feel.
Certainly a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the views. The project was designed by the Madrid based studio at Javier de Antón Freile.