A true minimalistic home in every sense of the word, what this house lacks in furnishings it makes up for in shape. The structure is triangularly posed (ironically) in the great Pyrenees mountains of Spain, and it’s built with the constantly shifting gound in mind.
Even with only two facades facing two separate valleys of the mountains, it’s safe to say that this house is one of a kind. The structure is made out of dry stone which is apparently a technique used in the Pyrenees to help support the ever unstable earth. In making sure of the compactness, creating minimum openings, obscurely shaped interiors, and weight distribution.
Though it’s pretty bare looking, Cadaval & Sola-Morales Design has incorporated built in shelves along the bottom portion of the wall and all of the necessities are there.