House of the Infinite in Spain

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has officially completed construction on one of the greatest beachfront properties we’ve ever featured. Located in Cadiz, Spain, say hello to the House of the Infinite.

With a name like that, you’re already expecting great things – and this place delivers in flying colors. The name of the project comes from the infinite views of the Atlantic Ocean that can be enjoyed from just about anywhere on the property. The dwelling spans 900 square meters, and features a facade built from Roman travertine stone that complements the surrounding sandy beaches. The main living space is located within the bottom portion of the home’s large 20 meter wide by 36 meter deep box structure, but it’s the rooftop that really caught out attention. Walking up the stairs leads to a massive, completely open rooftop space perfect for throwing parties, and complete with a swimming pool.

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