This week we will show you the minimalist DBJC House in Conil, Cadiz, a project by Alberto Campo Baeza. Unfortunately we don't have a lot of pictures to show, but we believe you can see the whole idea with the images we have. The house is simple, elegant and beautiful. The views are also amazing, certainly a great place to live.

Description from the architects: The project is an oceanfront house on the “Roche” beach in Conil, Cadiz. We built horizontal spaces that, set low to the earth, almost disappear. Three strips roofed with concrete slabs parallel to the sea and the street were formed. In the first, closest to the street, are the service elements. In the second, the bedrooms both upstairs and down. In the last, the closest to the sea, the main living area. All is open, sometimes glazed to provide protection from the wind. The structure is held up by a grid of white metal pillars. The continuous floor, is in light limestone. On top of the strip closest to the sea, at the highest point, there is a roof terrace with wooden screens. It is entirely open yet covered, like a large shade.

Make sure to check out Alberto Campo Baeza website for further inspiring projects. See you next week :)

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

Beautiful Houses: DBJC House

We found this house at Minimalissimo.

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I'm Gisele Muller, someone who loves communication, design, creativity, technology and everything in between. A brazilian current living in San Francisco Bay Area, USA. Twitter user: @gismullr