Casa Etérea: a glass house in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico by Prashant Ashoka

Part architecture, part art installation, the project is the brainchild of Mexico-based Singaporean writer and designer Prashant Ashoka whose aim was to build a “theater to nature” where guests could fully experience the mountain. Featuring an open-plan configuration, the interiors are blessed with panoramic views of towering cliffs, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors that connect the bedroom and living room with a decked patio where guests can lounge by the pool area under the shade of olive and pomegranate trees. Concrete walls and timber ceiling beams constitute a primal, pared-down aesthetic that tiptoes between vernacular and modernist, while a palette of natural materials like jute, leather, wood and stone picks up the colours and textures of the natural landscape.

via  yatzer.com