Literally arose from dust, these houses don't look the same as when I saw them for the first time.
Group of individual investors bought cluster of traditional old stone houses, or better to say ruins of houses, in the village Djurasevici at Lustica peninsula within Bay of Kotor, Montenegro.
Renovating and refurbishing one by one, giving them new life. Combining new modern materials with recycled stuff found in the ruins of the houses.
Do you like the bathroom door? These are recycled entrance-old-door found in the house.
The bed lamps? Reused industrial waste.
The tree is alive. Was just not flourishing yet at the time of the photo-shooting.
Snowy mountain Lovcen above the Bay of Kotor in the background.
This house was finished as the first one in the cluster.
Looking forward to have opportunity to document another work of these creative people...