A modern fortress of a home, built on a hill in Inner Mongolia, Redstone House is an organic addition to the surrounding natural beauty. Taking inspiration from the surrounding glow during periods of sun-drenched morning light, this post-modern dwelling has been designed using the actual direction of the sunlight as a guide. Also drawing on traditional Chinese architecture, the structure itself is made of multiple stone box-like compartments, which are connected by a series of stone corridors. The boxes vary in size and function, including spaces for dining, for bedrooms, living spaces, and entertainment hubs. The overall effect is that of an isolated space-station, with large glass panels intermitting between the stone walls to display stunning views of the surrounding barren Mongolian countryside.