- 850 sqm
- 14.000 sqm
a place to hide, or to be embedded in the terrain
The house clings to the rock, anchored by a long, curving retaining wall, that closely follows the natural contours of the site. This “spine” incorporates a sequence of subterranean spaces, oriented to the sea and concealed from above by planted roofs. Jutting forward from this rocky backbone, a series of cantilevered, inverted beams forms a floating pergola, the only element of the residence entirely distinct from the hillside.