The Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza built a completely innovative residence next to the Atlantic Ocean.
Referring to the infinite of the sea that stretches out in front of the building, the project got the name: "dwelling of infinity". The design consists of a platform topped with a horizontal flat surface. Oriented towards the horizon, the house was made like a projection from tthe rock pullsrtina, which elegantly complements the sandy beach.
The structure resembles a large box measuring 20 by 36, with two floors built into the solid rock. For the ground connecting the house to the street, emphasis is placed on the proportions of the platform, while access to the interior is through a trench with steps carved into the upper surface of the platform. The elevated stone level is surrounded by three walls that protect the inhabitants from the strong winds of the area.