Z House by nred arquitectos

Z House, by nred arquitectos, is a residence located in Gran Canaria, Spain, a structure most notable for its two-terrace configuration. The design was necessitated by the site’s slope and topography, a plot also characterized by dense vegetation and interspersed with small gardens. Theoretically, the house’s plan is infinite, its structures based on free composition and varying heights determined by the land’s contours, rising and falling like a waterfall. Its construction, meanwhile, is comprised of concrete, glass and wood, while the residence’s interior is defined by tubular spaces, lit only at one end and providing a more linear complement to its folding design.

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