The Portuguese Stone House is an Exercise in Adaptational Architecture

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Oct 26, 2009   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: flickr & bookofjoe
The Portuguese Stone House may have been more about needing a place to live, rather than personal style, but it is sure an interesting abode.

Appearing to be built between to two boulders, the home features windows, a door, a roof, and two gigantic pieces of rock. The Portuguese Stone House seems to be completely livable (if you don't mind living between two cold stones).

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