The site of a former family vineyard becomes the wild and rugged canvas for Casa en el Campo—a modern home built from sleek, minimalist design.

The pure white house disappears into the skyline, allowing the trees to take centerstage.

Surrounded by vineyards and majestic trees, Casa en el Campo, which translates to ‘house in the countryside,’ has been designed by local studio  CU4 Arquitectura for a young urban couple who were eager to trade the chaos of life in the city for a calmer, more peaceful environment. 

A look at the old family house that was originally on the property.

A look at the old family house that was originally on the property. 

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The home is located on the family’s old winery near Valencia, Spain, and has been built to appear as a simple, white cuboid structure to complement the former vineyard setting.



The architects achieved unity and continuity in the home's façade, despite the unevenness of the terrain.

The architects achieved unity and continuity in the home’s façade, despite the unevenness of the terrain.

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Spanning across two levels, the home’s lower floor features the garage, as well as a double-height, open-plan kitchen, living and dining space. There is also a nearby patio, which includes a swimming pool.

The pure white house disappears into the skyline, allowing the trees to take centerstage.

The pure white house disappears into the skyline, allowing the trees to take centerstage.

Courtesy of IsabelaCreative

See the full story on Dwell.com: A Minimalist Mediterranean Home Rises in Rural Spain

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