Para español, leer debajo de las imágenes… We would like to thank “Landscape Architecture Magazine” for their interest in our work! The text below is an excerpt from the publication. For the full article/ publication, please refer to the source indicated below.  Casa C+ This villa, designed for a former executive of Microsoft, is located in a luxury compound in a residential area in Madrid. The site is next to a golf course and offers excellent views of the mountains. (…) The house is located in the center of the plot, where it is sheltered by and integrated into a grove of century-old trees. Like a tree, the house is organized around a central area that serves as the circulation core of the villa. The rest of the spaces are visually identifiable from the outside. They are oriented to ensure diversity of views of the many interesting spots around the site. (…) The project also moves beyond the formal solutions traditionally associated with such nonlinear processes, such as fractal, biomorphic non-Euclidean forms or parametric designs. Instead, Casa C+ takes a nonlinear approach to the actual process of creation, seeking an organic architecture that blurs the sensorial experiences and the limits of the natural and the artificial. Casa C+, like the language of Information Technology, offers a diversity of spaces that reflect an intrinsic dual character. The copyright of photos, images, videos, and ideas indicated in this Think Tank section belong to each artist/ creative studio/ company mentioned or referenced in the links below.
¡Nos gustaría agradecer a “Landscape Architecture Magazine” por su interés en nuestro trabajo! El texto adjunto es un breve extracto de la publicación original. Sin embargo, únicamente está disponible en inglés. Sentimos las molestias. Los derechos de autor de las fotos, imágenes, videos e ideas mostrados en esta sección pertenecen al correspondiente artista/ firma creativa/ empresa mencionada o referenciada en los correspondientes links indicados a continuación: Source/ Fuente: Landscape Architecture Magazine. July 2017/ VOL 107 NO 7