French artist Jean-François Fourtou loves to play with dimension and proportion. In his recent project ombée du Ciel (Fallen from the Sky), Fourtou plopped an upside down house right in the center of his property in Morocco, disorienting his viewers and creating a bewildering experience of “home.” This upside down house is inspired by his grandparents’ home in France, reproduced to scale. Viewing the house from inside just looks like coming to a magic world and the experience of walking on the ceilings must evoke both a disorienting and funny feeling.
If you want to travel with home comfort, you’d better check this amazing timber trailer home. The ProtoHaus is a tiny dwelling of 125 square feet. The house is built with the concern of sustainability, functionality, and aesthetics. It is fabricated primarily from recycled and reclaimed materials. The house is built on a trailer bed rated to withstand 14,000 pounds. Separate fresh, grey, and black water systems are integrated into the design allowing for remote removal and disposal of waste. A solar and wind system power the house allowing it to be off grid. Love this home, it looks really functional as well as cozy. [source]
Lars Frank Nielsen architect and founder of the Danish practice ONEN Design has designed this modular architectural system for the Swedish company Add-A-Room. The houses can be ordered in different modules with specific functions and be composed according to the user’s requirements.
One year ago, we mentioned a Fantastic Cardboard Office in Amsterdam. Today we will introduce you another incredible building – bottle house. This house was mostly made from bottles with some glue mixture, such as wall, column. And it also has a nice bottle garden. Not sure is it stable or solid, but it is really awesome to build a house like that and I want to see it in real.