Of the many cities in Spain, Madrid is unquestionably where residences with interesting designs are located and this unique residence is one of those residents.
This unique residence is called the House of Would and it has been completed in Pedrezuela, Madrid. This unique residence was designed by Elii and it was designed into separate modules for various different domestic functions.
The house is located in a sloping plot of land and it is made up of seven wooden-structure modules which are symmetrically identical and surround a central court.
Each module in this unique residence is dedicated to a different domestic situation according to the moduleÃ¯Â¿Â½s functional needs.
The modular structure and the scale of the rooms allow the alteration of this functional logic, thus, serving as a support for possible future layouts.
Located in Pedrezuela, Madrid, this unique residence adapts to the plot of land in a layered fashion depending on different degrees of privacy needed.
Situated in Pedrezuela, Madrid, Spain, House of Would constitutes a home with private rooms that are hidden from the street and adapt to the terrain, giving a feeling of being in a direct contact with the plot.
In this unique residence, the more public spaces are located closer to the street and they gain height gradually until the tower over the landscape and in addition, they also look towards the horizon over the rest of the rooms.
In this unique residence, there are a series of small bridges that serve as transition elements between the different areas of the house.
The bridges also accommodate different levels of privacy. The unique residence also has a central courtyard that takes over part of the houseÃ¯Â¿Â½s garden and in addition, the unique residence has a light roof which gives light to its facade as well.
If you take interest in this unique residence and you want to know how it looks like, you can see photos of the unique residence taken by Miguel de GuzmÃ¯Â¿Â½n.