For his latest project, Polish architect Robert Skitek has headed to the village of Krostoszowice to lay down a razor-sharp aesthetic.

Set to a background of hills and forest, Skitek's building coincides with the landscape and fits in neatly with the existing topography. The sloping roofs are covered entirely with slate, with the entrance area, driveway, and wooden terrace suspended over the ground and closed off by a concrete fence. Another terrace is located below which includes bedrooms, while an additional living room also features on the top level. Glass, polished concrete and natural wooden floors then feature throughout the interiors to further emphasize the vibe of ultra-modern chic.

For more cutting-edge (not literally, this time) architecture, check out Felipe Escudero's "El Quinche House."

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