Ants’ House, Collado Villalba, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

The Ants’ House was completed in 2010 by the Madrid based firm Espegel-Fisac Architects. This contemporary home uses concrete and glass to create a distinctive living space. The house is located on a mountain slope in Collado Villalba, Spain.

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

View, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Glass Walls, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Roof, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Garden, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Hall, Stairs, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Hall, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Kitchen, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Bathroom, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Concrete Stairs, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Dining Room, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Stairs, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Landing, Ants’ House, Spain by Espegel-Fisac Architects

Photos By: Joaquín Mosquera

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