Designed for inner Mongolia, China, is this house based on traditional cave dwellings.
Created by Rojkind Arquitectos, the residence is submerged in the ground, copying a Mexican practice. The basic logic behind these constructions is to provide shelter from a harsh climate.
It’s questionable whether the photos posted sell the place well. What sane person would purchase a home with tigers roaming around and neighbours who use their bow and arrows pointed at the home in question? While the building itself looks nice, the neighbourhood seems questionable. Monks and all, I’m not sure I’d take a chance on it.
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