Ingeniously minimalist: when Alberto Campo Baeza has a hand in things, nothing is superfluous. The Spanish architect has garnered a worldwide reputation as a master of reduction. One of the most radical examples of his work is his most recent: House of the Infinite. The simple “cube,” made of beautiful travertine stone, is situated in the Bay of Cadiz in Andalusia, southern Spain.
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