The Blue Rock House Weaves Together Architecture and Landscape
This Blue Rock House by Anmahian Winton Architects on view is one of the project houses that belong to a community which also involves a guest-house and a garage, all placed together on a rural hilltop. The primary building materials used are copper, wood, and bluestone while the buildings are set within a rocky topography. The blue stone walls are the ones that actually bind the architecture and landscape. As it belongs to a community, the predictable aim was to come up with a sustainable design that helps with the judicious use of energy and water. Even electricity is produced through wind turbines that run the daily operations of the house.