Minimalist Contemporary Home in Spain

When you have a large lot that you can use to build your contemporary home maybe you can try the idea from the ABATON studio from Madrid that has completed the building of Mar de Encinas Project, located in Las Marias, Torrelodones, Madrid, Spain.

This home connects the two building with a bridge with glass wall. There are also empty rooftops; one with metal railings and the other isn’t for outdoor activities and to enjoy the view of the trees and the blue sky.

For the exterior, the contemporary home design is a home with white concrete wall on the outside located between the large trees. Since the separated part is located above a rocky lot, this building is floating with the support of strong metal pillars.

There is also an out warded part with ceiling-height windows to enjoy the view from inside and a small deck with wood floor and metal railings on the lower level that can be accessed from the concrete stairs.

Inside, you will find a home with a minimalist design and some parts look classical. For example, you can see at the living room that has an unpainted ceiling. The furniture used is the wood table, dark grey sofa with extra chair and a brown-colored carpet.

However, the kitchen looks modern with domination of white color. There is an island with white top, with integrated sink and stove on it. There is also a stool for the island.

The stairs also use concrete material with the wall beside is left unpainted too. After the stairs, you will find the master bedroom that has a great view of the trees, especially at autumn.

The bedroom uses white mattress with a table behind it for the table lamps with flexible arms. There are also a stone sink placed in the contemporary home bedroom design located on the white floating table.