Iyarri architecture reflects that its inhabitants make unique use of vertical space. In this piece, I envisioned what an Iyarri stronghold would have looked like before their entrances needed to be more concealed from humans.
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...full of carved arches, airy windows and delicate balconies; it was nothing wrought by human hands, and each delicate turn of the architecture pronounced its otherworldliness. Carved from the natural stone of the bluff, every inch of it was polished to a higher gloss, deep veins of white and black running through the warm gray and tan. --Heaven's Silhouette