This home in southeastern Spain by architect Javier Pena of Xpiral features several unique building materials — the main home is built from stacked ceramic wine racks and many of the holes are plugged with colorful ceramic tiles…
The home is actually two — a main home on the ground floor and a smaller, cantilevered residence above (complete with mirrored exterior cladding!).
You can see more projects from the architectural firm at Xpiral.
For more images, including several interior shots and architectural plans, see Dezeen | Torreagüera Vivienda Atresada by Xpiral.
Images: David Frutos