Back in 2015 we wrote about this unique house, Casa Acantilado in Salobrena, Spain, cut into the cliffs and featuring bespoke elZinc® Natural zinc shingles, each with a turned-up corner to evoke a reptilian surface reminiscent of a horned viper.
Now the architects GilBartolome Architects have updated their website with several new projects and a new section on Casa Acantilado, featuring a video by architectural photographer Jesús Granada:
Take a look at the video above – it shows not only the stunning zinc shingles on the cliff house, the eyebrow windows with projecting glass balconies, and the view from those balconies, but also drone footage of the house, and previously unseen images of the interior.
- Visit the architects website and read more about Casa Acantilado, with more video and additional drawings
- Visit architectural photographer Jesus Granada’s website to find out more about his work
- In our original blog post about Casa Acantilado, Simon Walker talked about how such a project might be constructed in the UK. You can read his comments here.
- Read more about Shingles in Zinc, Copper and Stainless Steel