In the ancient, man are live in the cave when they don’t know how to built the house. However today it shouldn't be so shocking that someone made a house that goes back to those roots.
The spanish designers combined pre-existing conditions with new architecture to create a livable cave experience.
Let’s see the cave house detail as follow:
The landscape around the home has been kept the same, but manicured. No layers of rocks were removed.
Meanwhile everything else inside of the home was constructed around the cave walls and keeping the texture of the rocks center stage.
Instead of trying to alter the cave, designers picked out furniture that worked with the space.
That means extra-short sofas that fit snuggly under a sloping cave ceiling.
Built-in benches wrap around the living room, offering plenty of space for guests interested in visiting this unique abode.
The kitchen was positioned where most of the natural light pours in, as it's the busiest room in the house and requires the most light.
An alcove on the other side of the cave offers a separate escape when it's time to get some rest.
Even though most of the home isn't heavily decorated, the bedroom is an exception with a plaid canopy draping over the four-poster bed. The room is gorgeous, but slippers are a must.