Floating Away: Incredible futuristic house, looks open and inviting and seems to effortlessly float in the air

Floating Away: Incredible futuristic house, looks open and inviting and seems to effortlessly float in the air

21 October, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

With its futuristic good looks, this home looks nothing short from spectacular, especially in front of a desolate landscape. The most prominent part of the house is actually the upper floor of the house, as there is an underground entrance that has a bathroom, a workspace and enough parking for six cars. The upper floor seems to float effortlessly in the air, and the glass walls that surround the whole structure helps to emphasis this. The layout of the house is completely open, with only thin panes of glass to separate certain main spaces such as the kitchen and the living space. Once inside, everything is clean and modern and the view of the surrounding, empty landscape makes you feel far away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby cities. The house was designed and completed in 2013 by Paul de Ruiter Architects and is located in Beveland, Netherlands.

Photos courtesy Jeroen Musch

 

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