ROBERTO ERCILLA Y MIGUEL ANGEL CAMPO ARQUITECTURA designed the HOUSE IN CACERES in Spain.
Description from the architects:
This is an agricultural property used for the cork and acorns of its trees, with a rich variety of landscapes and different ecosystems located in the mountains of Cáceres.
The house is self-sufficient as it does not have network service of any sort. To maximally reduce its environmental impact, it was built in a terraced manner and adapted to the land, covering most of the house under a stone base. All of the façades and exterior pavements were done using existing stone from the former construction. The construction system was conceived with strong thermal inertia.
As it does not have electric energy, electricity is provided by 28 photovoltaic solar panels, accumulation and regulation. A regulating deposit is used to collect rain water.
|Architecture Design||ROBERTO ERCILLA Y MIGUEL ANGEL CAMPO ARQUITECTURA|
|Project Architect||Roberto Ercilla, Miguel Angel Campo|