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A Madrid Home Clad in Limestone and Black Glass
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A-cero designed this single family home, named Vivienda Park, behind a privacy fence in Madrid, Spain. The homeowners wanted a facade full of sharp, right angles, which led to a series of stone overhanging volumes that make up the limestone and black glass exterior.

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As if this beautiful pool wasn’t enough, they built an indoor pool, sauna, and gym in the basement, where you’ll also find the garage and service areas.

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Wide sections of limestone lead to the large front door that’s made of black glass and steel.

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Both the kitchen and living room connect directly to the pool area via large sliding glass doors.

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The living room features a double-height ceiling which helps bring additional light into the space.

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The top floor houses the bedrooms and the kids playroom. There are five bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms, the playroom, and a large master bedroom with a separate dressing area and bathroom.

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A spiral staircase and elevator connect the three levels of the house.

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Photos by Roi Alonso.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.