Once you take a look at these pictures, you will dream of living at there. This is a house named the Rock House which is makes the choice for the name evident replacing an older residence on the site in
The architects Einar Jarmund, Hakon Vigsnaes, Jan Stavik and Nikolaj
Zamecznik from the JVA Architects practice brought the landscape into
the design in an impressive way to be in complete harmony with the site.
The summer house integrates some of the pre-existing stone walls and
the rock formations act as walls themselves to define the residence that
spreads over a surface of 300 square meters. The shape and color
choices were determined according to the surroundings, so the façade is
made of Kebony wood, treated for extra durability even in the strong
winds and salt.
The outdoor areas are sheltered from the winds and there are terraces
with a swimming pool toward the ocean with a tempered glass rail system
to protect them without hindering the view in any way.