A bit of imagination and a crate of dynamite was all it took for Olsen Kundig Architects to turn this giant bolder into a luxurious, modern dream home. Raw materials such as exposed concrete were used to compliment the natural feel of the rocky backdrop which flanks the home on two sides. There are even areas where the remnants of the existing stone pokes though on the interior, creating a grotto like feel that offsets the stark finishes that accompany the new space.
The home was outfitted with rustic antique furniture and artwork, which matches the rugged design.
The bathroom includes a sink basin carved into stone, with three separate bowls where the water cascades through before draining.
Photography is by Benjamin Benschneider and Dwight Eschliman