Three interlocking volumes form Abiboo Architecture's House C project in Madrid
Designed by Abiboo Architecture, House C is raised as an introvert/extrovert element and at the same time rooted to its territory. It is open for visitors but at the same time keeps some spaces for privacy and reflection. It has duality in the forms and the global functioning of the building.
Conceptualised as three interlocking volumes, the house is organised around a central space, dominated by the main staircase as a sculpture that articulates the rooms and provides a deep relationship with the landscape. From this central area the living spaces are organised with an organic system. Construction of the property is currently underway.