Stone House

Boulder House: A ‘camouflaged’ organic habitat in the Sonoran Desert

Viewing the Boulder House from a particular elevation suggests some deft use of camouflage. That is because the 4,380 sq ft residence in its 9-acre property in the Sonoran Desert flaunts actual boulders as the crucial building material - thus alluding to a symbiotic scope that blends seamlessly with the rocky site. Designed and built…


The 12 most fantastical houses from around the world

A well designed building is sometimes seen as an physical extension of an architect's vision. And, what if the architect believed in something more fantastical than the regular servings of modernist and vernacular homes? Well, then this list occurs! So, without further ado, let us check out the twelve most eccentrically designed homes from around our…

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