Located in Extremadura in the province of Cáceres, Spain, this country house was transformed into a family home from an abandoned stable. The rustic home with modern simplicity completely respects the environment. A solar panel system was developed to provide energy in the summer, and turbines were installed to make use of the streams to supply energy during the winter.
Located in Extremadura in Western Spain, this 12th Century Oil Mill was converted into a stylish contemporary home by architect Ricardo Elizondo. The original architecture was preserved because of its historic value. The interior design has a modern eclectic flair that mixes rustic furniture with IKEA carpet and antique elements.