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Lanzarote - a dramatic landscape of lava and volcanoes surrounded by sea.
Here, ranged along the side of a volcano, are seven extra-ordinary dwellings, inspired by the terrestrial energy beneath.
VOLCANIC
LIVING

Slide moonscape of lava rock, sharp and uninviting, punctuated by volcanoes, in colours of red, brown and black, and A An inhospitable and unwelcoming landscape, softened by the work of the great architectural son of Lanzarote, Cesar Manrique. His work is characterised by a unique confection of organic white painted shapes, low-rise housing, also white painted with green shutters, quirky wind sculptures at every roundabout, and planted with lush green vegetation imported to the island. Forming familiar, welcoming, nurturing and organic spaces for humans to unwind and relax. Like the volcanoes, his unique architectural and artistic legacy remains dormant and carefully curated since his untimely death in 1992. THE CANARY ISLAND OF LANZAROTE underneath all this a sense of the energy of molten magma. For a period of six years, between 1730 and 1736, the volcanoes which erupted covered most of the fertile land of the island, and although a smaller eruption occurred in 1824, the volcanoes are now dormant. But visit Timanfaya National Park and you can feel the heat of the magma under the surface with your bare hands. Offers a landscape which is dramatic and edgy.

Slide moonscape of lava rock, sharp and uninviting, punctuated by volcanoes, in colours of red, brown and black, and A An inhospitable and unwelcoming landscape, softened by the work of the great architectural son of Lanzarote, Cesar Manrique. His work is characterised by a unique confection of organic white painted shapes, low-rise housing, also white painted with green shutters, quirky wind sculptures at every roundabout, and planted with lush green vegetation imported to the island. Forming familiar, welcoming, nurturing and organic spaces for humans to unwind and relax. Like the volcanoes, his unique architectural and artistic legacy remains dormant and carefully curated since his untimely death in 1992. THE CANARY ISLAND OF LANZAROTE underneath all this a sense of the energy of molten magma. For a period of six years, between 1730 and 1736, the volcanoes which erupted covered most of the fertile land of the island, and although a smaller eruption occurred in 1824, the volcanoes are now dormant. But visit Timanfaya National Park and you can feel the heat of the magma under the surface with your bare hands. Offers a landscape which is dramatic and edgy.
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