Designed for and inspired on the aviation industry, Aeros house resembles the
engineering logic of having two wings gravitate on both sides of a rigid tunnel-like
Deeper into abstraction, predominant wind directions are aligned with the airplane, meaning the house will be “flying” headwind or tailwind when the breeze blows through the spaces of the house.
To the advantage of this beachfront property, the spaces covered by the non-
symmetrical wings enjoy corner views of the stunning Nicaraguan coastline, one side
contains all three bedrooms of the house, the other side all living and eating places. All
service areas, bathrooms, installations and storage take place inside the central tunnel
or the “airplane”
To enhance the devotion for flying, real size models of actual wings have been inserted as overhangs on both ends of the house. This idea is still under evaluation, analyzing the complexity of shaping the curved surfaces of a boeing 737-800 and a falcon 2000XP.
Location: Hacienda Iguana, Tola, Nicaragua