Casa NM was designed by gaSSz Architects and is situated in San Martín de Valdeiglesias, Madrid, Spain. At the highest of the plot, utilizing a clearing within the pine forest, the home sits in entrance of a pure view. The preliminary parallelepiped form of the residence was partially adjusted to create a quantity with truncated corners and a diagonal roof. Reinforced concrete was used for the outside end of the residence, an answer that’s each useful and aesthetic, visually integrating the dwelling in its surroundings. The challenge consists of two ranges: the higher flooring accommodates two bedrooms and a shared rest room, whereas the one under hosts the widespread areas (front room, kitchen and primary toilet). The home windows act as breaches within the concrete partitions, welcoming daylight through the day and subtly contrasting the darkness of the night time.