The site is a sloping plot with a far view of a landscape that is none other than Madrid’s western mountain range. It seemed logical to build a vertical house with the more public or shared spaces on top, framing stunning views to enjoy. An eye over Madrid.
Complying with prevailing regulations, we worked on a square, a 12x12-meter ground plan which we divided into four 6x6-meter squares. Following this pattern, the floor plates were raised, square by square, with a simple helicoidal movement. These are double-height spaces intersecting one another to produce a concatenated, likewise helicoidal diagonality...
Alberto Campo Baeza
Arquitectos colaboradores Collaborators
Ignacio Aguirre López, Alejandro Cervilla García, Alfonso Guajardo-Fajardo Cruz, Manel Barata, Jesús Aparicio Alfaro, María Pérez de Camino Díez, Tommaso Campiotti, Maria Moura
Andrés Rubio Morán
Aparejador Quantity surveyor
Francisco Melchor Gallego
Superficie Floor area