The wavy zinc-covered roof property called House on the Cliff, was designed by Madrid practice Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé architects.
Images credit Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé architects.
The house was built in a land with inclination of 42 degrees.
Gil and Bartolomé, explained:
“The task has been to integrate the house within the magnificent landscape that surrounds it and to direct the livable spaces towards the sea.
The form of the house and the metallic roof produces a calculated aesthetic ambiguity between the natural and the artificial,” they added, “between the skin of a dragon set in the ground when seen from below, and the waves of the sea when seen from above.”