AABE (Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners) designed the Infinity house in Baleares, Spain.
The house takes up its position, back facing the other houses, and simply embraces the entire horizon. The architect has limited terrain to work on. The trick however is to release all the emotions of the place: opening or splitting, reflecting infinity.
Space and time are two infinite things that pass us by. Architecture, however, enables us to model space and set time, like a sundial. It can also embody a third infinite thing: beauty.
The white walls are blank pages for nature’s expression. The Sabine is a slow-growing pine, recounting the story of an ancient world.
Design: AABE (Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners)
Photography by Jean-Luc Laloux