The juxtaposition of nature and modernity come together in this architectural home in the peaceful village of Ponto Valentino, Switzerland.

Architect Francesco Buzzi designed this villa lto be ike a pile of rocks in the middle of an uncontaminated nature.

The villa is made of concrete and is finished with granite. The large windows allow light and nature to come in.

The main house is divided into two cubes both composed of two habitable floors. Cathedral ceilings and clean lines give the home a sense of airy expansiveness.

The secondary building accommodates the garage.

The villa was built in 2009 and also has a guest apartment with a separate entrance. This home is listed with Wetag Consulting for 3.6 million francs ($3.83 million) and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.