The team over at Wallmakers is known for turning materials that others deem as waste into stunning structures. Today we get a look at the Ledge House, a unique example of the collective’s brilliance in design. The home is integrated into a mountainside in India. The striking structure is essentially an extension of the natural landscape.
The home’s facade is made from treated Casuarina poles. The wood is sourced from a fast-growing tree, typically used for scaffolding, fencing, or scrapped altogether. The home’s interior features loose stones dug up during the excavation process, which provides a cave-like aesthetic throughout. The flooring is an assortment of cut pieces from wood waste, further adding to the home’s charm and appeal.
The home’s front elevation features floor-to-ceiling glazing that opens the main space to breathtaking views of the surrounding valley. The dwelling is a beautiful and unique example of thoughtful design and craftsmanship.
Take a closer look at this beautiful house in the images and learn more about the Ledge House from Wallmakers. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding architecture and design coming very soon.
Photos via Syam Sreesylam / Wallmakers