“For a single person this property of 48 m² is comfortable, but the owner receives a lot of people and the apartment is always full. So it’s like more people live in it, “explains architect Fabiana Silveira, from SP Estudio , the office responsible for the renovation.
Rebirth. I love when something old is gaining back is glory and fresh air, keeping all the wisdom and the marks time’s left. It may be a trnd, but still the work done is amazing. Have a look for example to this amazing old factory turned out to be a stylish industrial home!
Casa Caldera is situated 15 miles from the US-Mexican border in the San Rafael Valley, Arizona.
“In geological terminology, a caldera is a collapsed volcano dome and this remote dwelling known as Casa Caldera was constructed using a material derived from crushed basaltic lava known as red scoria, which is then mixed with cement and compacted to form the walls. DUST refer to this technique as lavacrete and consider it a new aspect of the vernacular, allowing the walls of Casa Caldera to blend remarkably well with the surrounding geology.”