Madrid-based architect Alberto Campo Baeza designed the Olnick Spanu House, a glass box home placed on a concrete platform and covered with a light roof, located in Garrison, New York.
Desciprtion by Alberto Campo Baeza:
This construction on the platform resembles a large table with ten legs. Three areas are created within it, divided by two white boxes that do not reach the ceiling, containing the stairs and service spaces. The central space is the living area, and the dining room has a large white table. On one side, closer to the swimming pool, is the kitchen, and on the other side, in the manner of a pensatorio, the area around the hearth.
And below, inside the cement box, the bedrooms and baths are housed. In its central vestibule, connecting the main entrance and the access to the garden, a gallery has been created where pieces of Arte Povera and other pieces of contemporary Italian art are displayed, in addition to other areas around the house.
Photos by Javier Callejas via thisispaper