Landscaping the Sierra Nevada, Spain, the concrete architecture, Ladera House, has unique minimalism and bold structure. The two pavilions half form into the terrain and expose the house as it comes from the soil. Moreover, the bedrooms are entirely immersed below the ground, which leads by the connected terrene entrance. Even the resident merged and half-buried with the ground, the living area has full views of the outside scenery. Multiple paths lead to house rooms throughout the exposed concrete interior. One of the creative designs is the connected patio with the pool's middle space that acts as a thermal regulator that depends on the season, and a ventilated the rooms underground.