The Casa Villa, a futuristic-looking villa built by architect Rafael Palomino, will be located in the heart of Madrid’s Castel Gandolfo district.
Designed by architect Roberto Mignola, the villa will feature futuristic materials like glass, steel and concrete that will combine to form a striking structure.
Casa Villas are considered a luxury home and were featured in the movies, and also served as an airport terminal.
Casas are also often referred to as “modern art” villas, with their unique architecture, futuristic materials and the ability to make it easier to transport them.
The villas’ first floors have been built out of glass, and it will feature a glass floor that will be used for ventilation and lighting.
The first floors of Casa Vista also include a large glass-enclosed terrace and private swimming pool.
Casu Villas in Los Angeles, Singapore, Shanghai, Shanghai Disneyland and the UK are also undergoing upgrades, with the villas also being built in China and the Netherlands.
There are currently three Casas built in Spain, with one in the Santa Maria de la Lunes neighbourhood of Barcelona, and another in Madrid’s Barrieta neighbourhood.
In 2016, Casa Villa architect Roberto Palomini designed a glass-encased version of Casas first floor, which was a project of his own and was designed to be a “socially conscious” home.
The Casu villas in Spain are also known as “neo-classical” villa because they are designed with natural materials like sand and slate.
The first Casa in Spain was built in 2008, and is the only one in Spain built entirely of glass.
A second Casa, built in 2013, is also a glass home and is now being used as a “living art space” by architects.