Conceived and built by architect Robert Stone, the house "Rosa Muerta" stretches in the Joshua Tree National Park in California. A dark, offbeat project, inspired by the past punk rocker of its creator.

Los Angeles-based architect Robert Stone built this house with his own hands. A 3-year project, from the first stroke of the pencil to the last finish. Her "Rosa Muerta" has a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a living space with fireplace and spa. Raw and black architecture, dark or mirrored ceilings, wrought iron gates adorned with roses and hearts, this "Dead Rose" offers a rock and romantic aesthetic, a little decadent. Note that this house is available for rent: passing tourists can stop off for 200 Dollars per night.

Source: Twistedsifter

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