The hills are alive...

Plasma Studio, Esker Haus in the South Tyrol

Plasma Studio admits its Esker Haus in the South Tyrol is “parasitic.” The self-contained residential unit is built on top of a 1960s house, initially adopting its host’s structure then gradually morphing into its own form.

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