Located on a north facing, cliff side plot, this area receives no direct sunlight while exposed to one of the strongest winds of the peninsula (the Tramuntana is up to 180km/h). A mere solid cubic structure of a home could not do. The perfect shelter came to be erected from a cluster of 10 cubes with divergent orientations. As a result, this quirky abode soaks up solar rays like a giant sunflower while braving against harsh winds. The added bonus – the astonishing landscape that surrounds it framed from different vantage points.
Home of the Week: Sunflower House, Port de la Selva, Spain
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