The Dezanove House in Spain is Sustainable and Remarkable
Jan 03, 2014 18:23
This visually striking residence is located near the Arousa estuary, in the Northwest of Spain. Named the Dezanove House, it was designed and implemented by Iñaki Leite. The most obvious part of the home's aesthetic is the use of recycled wood from the local fishing industry. "Bateas" are wooden platforms used for the mussel production industry in the region.
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