stone house

If you feel like going back to thousands of years and fancy natural minimal design, why not taking a visit to the “Stone House”, a real house made of two giant stones at the North of Portugal. In the middle of nowhere, the Stone House emerges as an astonishing piece of building, perfectly amalgamated with nature, directly from a Tim Burton’s movie. Probably inspired by the Flintstones cartoons, this stunning house was constructed between two giant stones on the hillside of Fafe mountains in the portuguese countryside, and its unusual design daily attracts many tourists from all over the world. Is it the prototype for a new old-age generation? It could be the perfect place to live in, actually. In fact, like most contemporary houses, it has a roof, a front door and also windows – with a particular feel of “deep contact to our origins’ lifestyle”. If you are interested in building with sustainable material, well, what better way to do that than actually use nature (rocks in this case) in your architecture projects?
This is the case of the Stone House, located in Nas montanhas de Fafe, Portugal. Maybe it’s a little bizarre as a living concept, but we appreciate the idea of looking for a balance between man and environment, especially if we want to escape from the stress of modern living.

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And what about the interiors? The kitchen? Can you imagine an Artematica Legno inside the Stone House?

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