Today’s feature is certainly going to stretch your eyesight to the limit! Taking a trip back to Spain leads us to Valencia, where a home that looks like it was carved straight from the red stone itself catches our attention in a profound way. Its architect, Ramon Esteve, decided to use the environment around the home to create its main element.

Using raw red stone taken from the mountainous terrain, Esteve crafts the exterior of the home in a way that brilliantly blends in with its environment through a cobblestone design. The layout of the home faces its landscape while also promoting flow within its interior. Speaking of the interior, we are given an open view of its immaculate minimalist design by way of the massive glass windows that encourage transparency and privacy at the same time from way up high.

There’s no greater feeling than knowing that your home was made from the best stuff on Earth. With a home that looks as if it was carved out of natural red stone, you’re guaranteed a residence that will live on through many legacies!

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Published in: Houses, Minimalist | Author: Tashia

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