Located in Cádiz, Spain, the following house is one of the most memorising we’ve ever laid eyes on. Designed by architect Alberto Campo Baeza, the house sits subtly on the mountain side and on the very edge of the Atlantic Ocean.

Dubbed the house of the infinite, the property is finished in a bright shade of white distinguishing it from the surrounding shrubbery. To demonstrate just how outlandish this project was, solid rock had to be excavated to make way for a large living area at the back of the house.

The house has been finished in roman travertine and the architect says that it honours nearby temples constructed to honour ‘the gods’.

The property features windows all around to make the most of the stunning surrounds with a swimming pool on the roof topping out the incredible design.

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