House On the Rocks

It's hard to see where the landscape ends and the House On the Rocks. Its concrete volumes appear to have been chiseled from the natural rock formations like a modern cave dwelling. Located in the mountains of Lebanon, the residence integrates into the scenery with a series of cement volumes topped with a zinc roof. A cascading staircase in the rocks leads to an entry terrace with a pool and a zen garden. Internally, the monolithic aesthetic fades to a warm interior lined in wood. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glazing open the inside to expansive views across the neighboring rock park, the valley below, and Beirut in the distance.

Photos: Dia Mrad / Karim Nader Studio

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