A tiny glass and steel in a barren desert
Experts often argue about the functional feasibility of architectural projects. Today we want to discuss the wonderful work of the young American architect Dave Frazee.
Having interpreted the work of the famous Frank Lloyd in his own way, the talented experimenter built in an open field near Taliesin, Arizona, USA, a unique Miner’s Shelter house (Miner’s Shelter).
He used old ruins as a foundation. The microscopic room was sufficient for a single bed and a shelf with candles (no electricity).
Fully opening windows and doors help to cool the room naturally, and the chimney is very useful in winter. There is even a kind of courtyard where you can receive guests or just relax under the stars. The minimalist design is in perfect harmony with its surroundings.
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