What About A House In The Pyrenees?


Having a great location and a beautiful architecture, this house in the Pyrenees awakes our contemplative spirit by offering one of the best views in the heart of mountains. Adapted to a not plain place, in Valle de Aran, Spain, the house has an interesting shape and it’s like the first floor comes out of a stone wall. Stone is also kept on the exterior of the ground floor, preserving the traditional style. But what amazes the most are the two gorgeous landscapes to the valleys, making you feel there like you have all in control, being above everything.

The interior connects with the light outside through giant windows so that space could seem even larger. There are nice touches inside, but it’s the exterior look and the nature surrounding that catch our eyes. Cadaval and Sola Morales, the architects for this project, succeeded in transposing modern, contemporary elements into the clean, fresh air of Pyrenees. They have created a home where you have always something new to discover and wonder.

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