The Concrete House II is a big single-family house designed by A-cero Architects and located in Madrid, Spain. The privacy of the place is provided by the concrete walls dyed in dark grey and vegetable ramps that extend up to the roof.
The lounge, the dining room, the library, the study and the bedrooms are placed in the back front of the house which opens towards the garden. Some fine elements can be found here such as a gorgeous garden, a nice lake and a pádel track.
The A-cero architects are renowned for their typical ecological houses. This one comes with the roof and the façade covered with low consume vegetation. The roof also has implemented a renewable energy system that serves for the energy
autonomy of the house.