It’s held together by a system of interlaced beams, which are ultimately sustained by the underlying rock. There are no pillars or walls. The base consists of a grand expanse of concrete, carved into a series of inhabitable spaces that dialogue with the surrounding rock in different forms. Wood emerges from this base, filtering the light and accommodating domestic life.
This spatial distribution is the result of a raw and brutalist notion of what living means. It’s a circular succession of spaces conceived to satisfy our most elemental needs: “living”, “bathing”, “sleeping”, “cooking”, “gathering”, “eating”…, and, again, “living”. Naked and essential places, designed from the primitive outlook of what we’ve always been.