Designed by Polish architect, Bartosz Domiczek, the Henge Hill house was constructed over an old farm storage building.
Constructed over the footprints of an old farm storage building, the Henge Hill house rests upon the picturesque olive slopes of an arcade ruin. Designed by Polish architect, Bartosz Domiczek, the residence is defined by the crude craftsmanship of the building’s restored shell, and radial perimeter.
Both rusticated and modern, the Henge Hill house features a small central courtyard, and a curved corridor – dividing the newly erected interior from its pre-existing exterior, and providing unobstructed views of the vast natural landscape. Fully equipped with the necessary furnishing, living and garage quarters, the house provides supporting utility space beneath its excavated slope.