Located in the foothills of Sierra Morena, this modern home is what dreams of living in the nature are made of. The architects at UMMO Estudio took this dream very serious and built a stunning house that epitomizes the notion of “living in a cave.” Take a look!
The 1,120-square-foot house cave boasts several glass openings to let in natural light as well as concrete and marble flooring. Upon entering the home, you will find a cozy living room with sprawling calcarenite stone acting as a wall.
“Historically, the product of these hollows in the rock emerged when livestock watchmen used them as small shelters. Today they have been rehabilitated to form rural housing and accommodate new countryside activities”, explained the architects.
Head over to UMMO Estudio’s official website to view more projects.
All pictures © David Vico
Architects: UMMO Estudio
Location: Villarrubia, 14710 Córdoba, Spain
Architects In Charge: Andrés Moreno, Manuel Murillo
Area: 104.0 m2
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: David Vico
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