Minimalist Mountainside House in Edition29 ARCHITECTURE 007
Spanish architect Maria José Sáez Domingo from Fran Silvestre Arquitectos discusses the modern, elegant and stunningly stark white house jutting out from a mountainside overlooked by a castle that resides in Ayora near Valencia.
Issue 007 of Edition29 Architecture continues with a series of modern designed habitations from Japan to a forested area in Mexico. Japanese architect Kenichiro Ide tells us about his design of a weekend house in Takeo which he raised 4.6 feet above the ground using 29 metal columns, thus allowing the residents to have a better view of the mountains obstructed by the surrounding houses. Italian architect Lucio Serpagli tells us about the Louis Kahn inspired brick house he designed on a slope overlooking the lush agricultural region of Bedonia near Parma. Lithuanian architect Natkevičius tells us about his fireplace shaped cantilevered modern house in Utriai built for a family to enjoy the sight of vast expanses of the green lands that surround it. Chilean architect Nicolas Valdes talks about his white cubic structure along the Pacific shore.