Cement House in Madrid by Antón Garcia-Abril

Spanish architect Antón Garcia-Abril has used cement building blocks originally intended for bridge construction and underground canals to build his stylish house north of Madrid. It’s called the Villa Hemeroscopium after a song composed by Garcia-Abril’s father and the Greek word for the place where the sun touches the earth at sundown.

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