Welcome to our gallery featuring the uniquely styled SV House by A-Cero.
This modern design home is one of the most distinctively shaped and laid out houses we’ve ever seen.
From the geometric exterior to the startlingly open interior, it’s a fascinating experience with a lot of personality.
The SV House, located in Sevilla, Spain, was the result of a project managed by Joaquín Torres and Rafael Llamazares.
The home boasts a strongly modern design that really makes an impact. The marble and black glass facade is a characterizing feature that really sets this home apart.
The pieces of the SV House had to fit perfectly together with clockwork precision. The angular look of the walls, ceilings, and other major elements fit cohesively.
The minimalist color palette throughout the majority of this home allows most rooms to become a stage for bold accent colors. This introduces a sense of drama to the interior.
The overall styling mixes elegance and art into a sleek and simple concept. The home may exude an ultra modern feel with sharp and angular lines, but there are contrasting elements of natural tones and elegant lines in the artwork and accessories.
The stunning stone architecture extends through the home, which continues out along the garden and even into the swimming pool.
The simple lighting and marble features make for a clean and sleek look.
Starting in the upper-level living room, we see the startling high contrast look that combines sleek black glass, bright stone, and detailed furnishings.
This living room has space for many people and is a cozy and inviting spot for guests to hang out and relax. The modern table and simple lighting in this room makes for an open and modern feel.
This minimalist kitchen is clean and uncluttered. There are lots of clean and straight lines and stainless steel features. The modern and functional appeal is strong and unfussy.
The open concept of this home has the living room, dining area, and kitchen all connected into one roomy and open space, giving these areas great flow.
The colors in this home alternate from black and white while letting some pieces contrast with the area and others blend. This gives the modern style a varied and interesting dynamic.
Large design features with rounded lines and light wells bring motion and illumination to the home. The white walls reflect the light, making the whole space bright.
Simple black tables and shelves with elegant and sophisticated lines punctuate the white walls and light colored wooden floors, adding extra drama and depth to the palette
This living room looks out to the pool area through the massive windows and sliding glass doors. All of these elements, with the addition of the varied height in the ceiling, give a spacious and wide open feel. Reflective elements and minimal clutter accentuate the feel.
Recessed lighting brightens up darker areas without cluttering the open space with additional lighting fixtures. The paintings add splashes of bold colors that liven up the design with motion, breaking up the simple lines and simple palette.
The office, like the rest of the home, is simple with minimal extraneous features. It makes the most out of its simple and stylish features.
The large glass windows and sliding glass doors in these rooms allows all light to come flowing in. The contrast of dark accents on the light walls and furniture makes for an interesting design that can host other bold accent colors well.
The bedrooms are spacious and have access to ample sunlight and the fantastic views from the windows. The simple and minimalist design makes the rooms feel even more open.
Sleek elements and features let the rooms flow from one to the next seamlessly. There is a uniting principle in all of the features that ties the interior and exterior perfectly.
The black glass and marble motif extends into the bathroom where a shower is surrounded with tinted glass and stark white countertops and walls. The monochromatic theme is broken up a bit by the shower tile, but it serves as an accent to the overall design.
This bedroom has a large patio right outside, with ample relaxed seating and a stunning view of the Spanish countryside.
The outdoor eating area has ample seating. It looks out over the minimalistic pool and the black glass and stone facade that adorns the uniquely interesting architecture.
Even the rooftop is dripping with design. The light wells are enhanced with stone and black metal accents which give a dynamic and modern look that is both appealing and visually interesting.
Here is a rooftop area designed for hanging out and enjoying the view over the landscape. The minimalistic furniture offer a great deal of seating;from any seat you have a perfect view over the countryside.
At night the light fixtures illuminate the home, making the simple design and modern angles of the stone and marble shine like a beacon.
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