Monday, December 22, 2014

Cabin in a rock

Inspired by a story by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz, Antoine by Bureau A is a wooden cabin built inside a fake concrete rock, an alpine shelter, which they says is "a precarious 'Existenzminimum' somewhat subversive in its use where one can freely enter and hide. It contains the very basic architectural elements - fire place, bed, table, stool, window - but demands to the visitor some risk taking as the rock hangs literally on the rock fall field."
Via those fine folk at dezeen
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1 comment:

  1. I think this amazing, seriously, blends in with nature, its not a blot, its a boulder! Great idea!!!!
    When you go to the waste lands of Greenland, or Norway, this is a great way to observe the wildlife without upsetting the back drop!