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olivier dwek architectes / villa t, kéfallonia

Rather than be moored in archaic, redundant grandeur, both parts of the hunting lodge have been reinterpreted in sustainable, indigenous design predominantly using locally sourced stone, wood and mud. Using stones such as grey slate, red stone and rough granite rescued or sourced from local quarries, wood from trees like Acacia and Eucalyptus, that grow in abundance in these arid climes and Munja grass for the roof, a sustainable ethos is inherent in the plans of the resort.

Rather than be moored in archaic, redundant grandeur, both parts of the hunting lodge have been reinterpreted in sustainable, indigenous design predominantly using locally sourced stone, wood and mud. Using stones such as grey slate, red stone and rough granite rescued or sourced from local quarries, wood from trees like Acacia and Eucalyptus, that grow in abundance in these arid climes and Munja grass for the roof, a sustainable ethos is inherent in the plans of the resort.

This would be awesome to have in the entry way to the house.

Raw Nest House by WOHA Architects