This award winning property was created by the artist Javier Carvajal for himself and his family In 1969.
The one-storey house is built on a slope on three platforms that stick to the surface of the land. The house built for and with the terrain gradually adapts to it. There are small slopes of 2 or 3 steps that at the same time delimit the spaces. The patios and large windows with a very large roof ensure that there is always a soft and changing light in the house and at the same time allow the observer to be attentive to nature and its time or seasons.
Its brutalist style, which appeared as a sculpture out of its time, blends in with its surroundings and nature; it softens the hardness of the concrete to become the container of a particular Eden. It is built around two interior courtyards that make the flow of the house circulate in the shape of an 8.