This cutting edge Hawk’s Nest hillside home belongs to the sculptor, inspired by the surrounding abandoned limestone quarries. Contacting Wiedemann Architects, he wanted a modern home to talk to by nature. Due to its location, the project was named Hawk’s Nest, which literally translates as Hawk’s Nest. Secluded The French sculptor also uses the monastery as a design studio. The architecture of the house consists of two concrete columns and, uniting them, block. The shapes are pretty simple, but thanks to the textures and glazing they seem ultramodern. Panoramic views open from every corner of the house, frosted glazing is used only in the bedroom and bathroom. We look!
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