home grown : architecture : casa rufo : alberto campo baeza

albert campo baeza

i go on a lot about amazing architecture in japan, when we have fantastic architects right here in spain doing amazing homes. albert campo baeza is one of them that i love, and i have talked about before with his caja granada. this concrete home in toledo, just south of madrid, is an example of what he is known best for now, a concrete box at the bottom housing the kitchen, utilities and bedrooms, while the pavilion above is just a roof with pillars and four walls of glass. his fist version of this is the de blas house, much smaller and perfect, and from there he has repeated the idea in many different forms. the rufo house is on a big scale, but the lines and ideas stay the same. beautifulalberto campo baeza 

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

alberto campo baeza

casa rufo. all photos : alberto campo baeza

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