A house for the prince

In the recent years, the Prince Phillip (now the King of Spain) decided to build his own house. The result was a low-quality architectural product, a big residence with no kind of interest. A long time ago, another King called Phillip was responsible for one of the biggest paradigm of the Spanish Renaissance, the Escorial Monastery.

This house answered to the requirements of a house for a prince but linked to a new architecture that tries to leave a mark in time.

The house is organized in three different levels that assimilate the nature around:

-a basement with the services required for the maintenance of the house

-the trunks of the trees, as an open space for receptions and relation with nature

-the treetops, where the Prince could live, rest, enjoy his personal library or delight with the view.


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