Dive into the heart of Cáceres, Spain, where tradition melds seamlessly with modernity in Emilio Tuñón Architects‘ Stone House. This architectural marvel, an embodiment of sophisticated design, is nestled in the region’s serene landscape, drawing upon the charm of the area’s renowned quartzite stone.
The structure unfolds as a 16-meter-sided (approximately 52 feet) prism, featuring nine cubic spaces, each with a side measuring 4.2 meters (around 14 feet). Within these walls of local stone and Extremadura granite window frames, you’ll find interiors brought to life with oakwood and white concrete, punctuated by unobtrusive building services.
Discover this embodiment of architectural elegance, where the allure of Cáceres finds form in the Stone House.