With a silhouette that leaves you captivated and a backdrop that is both unique and complex the is definitely the coolest home located in an old quarry that we have ever seen! Considering the complexities that might arise with a structure whose walls touch the quarry the architects decided to go for a cantilevered house that has a base and first floor made out of in-situ concrete.
This gorgeous cabin is a wonderful blend of both rustic and modern styles. Crafted using reclaimed materials the natural textures inside create a warm inviting setting. Designed by Walton Architecture and built by Greenwood Homes it sure offers an idyllic expansive getaway!
The entire residence consists of four distinct suites with each one capable of serving as an individual home on its own. Light hues dominate the interior with some of the walls being replastered and painted white while the wooden flooring ensures that there is a linking visual element from one room to the next.
While the architecture was dubbed ‘refreshing and revolutionary’ in the ’60s when people flocked toward cookie-cutter design Risom himself feels that it was simply inspired by a rustic nature-centric lifestyle. The interior is airy with a wonderful collection of the vintage decor that the family treasures and the cabin recently acquired a new glass wall that replaced the old and worn out feature.
The high walls of the church are obviously perfect for the 25000 books in the bookstore and the spectacular interiors can get intimidating at times. A crucifix-shaped table in the café and awesome lighting complete this splendid makeover.