Located in Spain and nestled in nature, this beautiful holiday home, photographed by Roland Halbe, was brilliantly designed and constructed by Anton Garcia-Abril of Ensamble Studio. Called the Trufa, its frame was made from stone and then hollowed out by a cow. Yes, I said a cow. The project started with the designers pouring concrete over stacked bales of hay, which they had previously buried inside of the site’s soil. Once the concrete had hardened, the frame was the dug up and sliced open. Afterwards, a lucky cow by the named of Paulina, (what an odd name for a cow) was then allowed to eat away at the remaining interior hay bales, and eventually over the course of years, the interior space was formed.
Pretty Cool Huh?
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