Architect Antoni Gaudi has unveiled a beautiful “Cliff House” located in Salobrena, Spain. This dragon-inspired living space boasts a scaly metallic roof that uses the earth to keep a comfortable indoor temperature year-round. The dragon skin roof consists of handmade zinc tiles and gypsum plaster. Click here for more pictures of the home. Continue reading for a video and more information.
“The all-white, column-free interior is covered by the double shell of reinforced concrete and is supported by retaining walls. The architects also designed bespoke fiberglass and polyester-resin furniture that was handmade onsite. Since the home is buried into the slope, the dwelling enjoys earth-regulated temperatures of around 72 degrees (20 Celsius) year-round. The lower level opens up to a cantilevered terrace and pool,” reports Inhabitat.