Chontay house was made using locally-sourced wood and clay to help it blend in with the surrounding mountains of Peru

Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house
Chontay House, Andes, Marina Vella Arquitectura, Peru, locally sourced materials, natural materials, recycled wood, eucalyptus wood, land erosion, green architecture, mountain home, sustainable materials, stone house

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