Architecture on the Rocks

The harmonious coexistence of human beings and nature continues to be reflected in the development of spectacular living spaces that continue the tradition of building on rocks, using the existing geological geometries of the rock to design the shape. Examples such as the city of Petra, La capadocia in Turkey, La Piedra dorada in Burma coexist with new contemporary projects such as the architectures of Cesar Manrique in Spain made in the volcanic zone of the island of Lanzarote, The Alps Hotel in Switzerland or the Wadi Resort by Oppenheim Architecture, a project composed of 47 shelters in the desert that establish a future primitive experience or the Wedge Cliff House by Wael Mustafa, a house wedged in a cliff.

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