Myth and soul make the mountain, in this case, a house named Yama<.br />.House Yama is the reimagining of tropical Asian architecture: billowing glass windows marrying industrial and earthen tones. and the look of artful tranquil, with its 3-storey structure like the Zen practice of rock balancing. Its main architectural feature are the tilted buttresses harmonizing individual cantilevered floors, which make Yama appear to defy odds other than just gravity. <.br />.Mythical mountains can stun with sheer size alone. So, too, does Yama. It crackles with energy that’s just waiting to be called home.<.br />.