The architect Antón García-Abril from the Spanish company Ensamble Studio in collaboration with Ricardo Sanz and Javier Cuesta created ‘La Trufa’ (the Truffle), a small holiday house in Costa de Morte, North of Spain. It is a piece of nature built with earth, full of air. The architect has joined nature, texture and landscape in this poetic and experimental project. To create such wonderful shelter the architects made a hole in the stone that would serve as a mold. The Truffle integrates with the natural environment, complying with its laws. No doubt romantic time close to the nature can be spent there. Just imagine the beauty of the sun that rises from the sea. Such view is opened from the odd house. Breathtaking!
Photocredit: Roland Halbe