The modern material sets the tone beautifully for this contemporary style concrete and glass house designed by Spain based architecture firm, A-cero. Contemporary, natural materials like stone, concrete and wood, and strong architectural elements add interest to the design. With the ultra-modern in mind, the architect stayed true to his concept of a comfortable home, with the inclusion of all the usual suspects: a garage, laundry, pantry, kitchen and bathrooms, a dining area, an office, a games room, a library lounge with a home theater, two kids’ bedrooms, and a master bedroom with walk-in closet . Large windows invite the outdoors in.Almost made entirely of concrete, this sprawling, 2,204m2 home is an urban beacon among the rolling hills and valleys that surround it. The home’s sharp shape seems to break through the natural landscape, overlooking a river and the distant mountains on the horizon.Its hard, edgy look mingles with a minimalist aesthetic for an ultra-modern appeal. Both inside and out, this modern architecture was made for the views Minimalist interiors boast the simple finishes are features that you’d expect if you judge a book by its cover.