La Casita

Some places to skate are so unique that they stay in your memory forever. One of such spots is the Andalucian La Casita.

This DIY has been built in an abandoned villa on top of one of the hills surrounding Fuengirola. The story I have heard is that this used to be an office of some real-estate company, which has been taken over by a bank, because of some shady practices. Whether this is true or not, the fact is that this house has been completely taken over by skaters who created there an awesome skatespot.

Why is this art?

Because La Casita represents the total skate-mindedness implemented into a house, with the help of paint, good ideas and a lot of talent – regardless if this concerns carpets, couches, household equipment or the way the garden is arranged. On top of it all, every built or painted thing is skate-related in a humorous way.

So, let’s take a short tour through La Casita!

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Approaching La Casita you see the Longest Death Ollie.
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You can check your skills.
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As every house, also La Casita has its locks.
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Inside you can chill skating on the couches.
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Or roll to the living room to skate some curbs.

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The view from La Casita is really beautiful.
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Skaters do care for details.
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Some food is being “cooked” in the kitchen…
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…where you can enjoy skating a small indoor miniramp.
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It’s a kitchen, right!?
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Chris and Dennis take care for the heating.
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All the details are so fantastic!
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The garden is 100% fully skateable.

Here is the documentary about La Casita – definitely worth checking out:

Also check out their Insta: https://www.instagram.com/lacasitad.i.y/

¡Muchas gracias a todas las personas, que han creado La Casita, por su inspiración!

(Photos: @bymileka)

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