CNN.com–Architects rarely lack creativity, but they frequently lack the freedom to explore it. Clients have preferences and there are often building restrictions in place, which inevitably force architects to compromise on their vision. But what if those limits were removed? In the daring “Solo Houses” experiment, French developer Christian Bourdais has given ten architects carte blanche to develop vacation homes in Spain. Set on the border of the Los Puertos de Beceite nature reserve, which sits astride the provinces of Teruel, Tarragona and Castellon, these homes don’t resemble typical real estate projects, rather works of art.
Each of these stunning properties, including Casa Faustino above, is up for sale.
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