Situated on a barren hill in Inner Mongolia, the Redstone House sits like a modern fortress. The structure draws from its natural environment using the rugged terrain and the direction of sunlight to guide the design. Inspired by traditional Chinese buildings, the structure is comprised of multiple stone boxes connected by a network of corridors. Each box varies in size and function, and include spaces for bedrooms, entertainment, and dining. Throughout the interior, large glazed panels break up the stone to reveal expansive views of the rural surroundings.
Photos: Zhi Xia / Atelier 100s+1