Concrete House II is a residential project designed by A-cero, an architecture firm mainly known for turning sculptural concepts into architecture. The house is located directly outside Madrid on a large plot of lush land. A-Cero did a beautiful job of incorporating nature into the concrete home by allowing the grass to climb up the ramps of the house and onto the rooftop. The exterior angles of the home appear as though they are escaping from the ground and reaching up towards the sky. The architects decided to choose warm greys, wood, stone, and creamy textures for the interiors. In areas meant for preparation and cleanliness, such as the kitchen and restrooms, the design is streamlined, modern, stark; using materials like Corian, Laminate, and glossed floors. On the contrary, areas meant for lounging and relaxing are quite warm and comfortable with plush textures and dark art work.