school of rock

A wall of double insulated glass in the lounge area rises out of a seamdrilled slot, letting boulders spill into the space.

The architects united house and rock, sinking the building right into its site. A wall of doubleinsulated glass in the lounge area (above) rises out of a seamdrilled slot, letting boulders spill into the space.

Sight lines from the interiors connect the house to the outdoors. Even the translucent plastic staircase wall (left) allows views of the sea and the rockstrewn landscape.

The open, light-filled upper floor houses public rooms such as the kitchen, dining room, and lounge; bedrooms, baths, and a private courtyard are contained downstairs.

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