The innovative Cristal House was designed by Gómez De La Torre& Guerrero as a project with a spatial perception. The design of the building pleasantly surprised – on an openwork parallelepiped of glass stands a massive concrete ceiling with sliding elements which, when open, create the illusion of total transparency of the walls.
The 270 m2 residence is organized around a central living room with a second light – the separate volumes integrated into the landscape are designed on three levels. The main compositional emphasis is made on the upper terrace under the sliding roof of aluminum and polycarbonate, which houses an elongated swimming pool with a Jacuzzi. There's an alternative route up the exterior staircase.