A house for a poet in Zaragoza, Spain, a house built to dream, read and think…that is what Alberto Campo Baeza Architects say about this home. The garden is enclosed by concrete walls, an antiseptic interior that ventures into the outdoors blurring the line between the two. Light from the north pours through the glazed walls in the interior cube, reflecting from the white concrete floors and bouncing on the “galeria white” walls. At the lowest point: the bedrooms, below ground, as in a cave. At the highest point, the library: a place for dreaming.