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October 21, 2019 1 min read

Villa Troglodyte is a one-of-one and it's not even close. The structure, designed by acclaimed Parisian architect Jean-Pierre, is literally carved out of rock and set in one of the world's most exclusive country codes. 

The project sounded like quite a feat for the Pierre and he even questioned if it was at all possible: 

How can one carve out a house form a rock, a landscape, without altering it, by respecting its volumes, its fractures and vegetation. the challenge of this project was to fit the house into the landscape by working with rather than against it. thus, the project is built backwards, it is hollowed out of the mass.

More about this amazing architectural piece on DESIGNBOOM


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