Raw concrete and local stone fuse together to form the base of the La Mira Ra House. Built on a small hillside in the South of France, the materials pair with a green roof to blend the structure's clean lines into the rocky landscape. Inside, the concrete shell was left exposed on the interior walls and ceilings, creating a uniform palette. Divided into two stories, the bedrooms are concealed by a series of wooden louvers. The main living area is housed in the lower lever where floor-to-ceiling glazing runs the length of the home, affording views of the sea to the living room, kitchen, and master bedroom. The glass facade slides open to expand the rooms out to a large terrace while also allowing for open-air living.
Photos: Erick Saillet / Aum Architects