Set high up in the Ukranian mountains, the Rose House is named for the patina of its weathered steel facade. The guesthouse is otherwise comprised of concrete and glass, with an artificial reflecting pool giving water equal prominence. Inside, the layout is fairly open, with a single bedroom, one and a half baths, and a combination living and dining area. The large floor-to-ceiling windows allow for natural lighting throughout the day, and three separate outdoor spaces help complete the seamless transition from indoors to out.
Photos: Makhno Workshop