Modern Greek Home Defies Gravity

Modern Greek Home Defies Gravity

28 October, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior

This home, constructed in Kifissia, Greece, looks as if it is suspended in mid-air by a single concrete pillar. A closer look, however, reveals that there are glass walls holding up the structure towering over the first floor. The concrete block has no windows in the front, adding an aura of mystery. Glass and concrete are the two main materials used here. A long, narrow kitchen houses slate grey cabinets and a glass topped table. Fluorescent lighting shines high above, casting glowing light on the cabinets and table. The living room, also made up of grey color furniture is open to the kitchen one side, and the world on the other. Glass walls give an unrestricted view of the outside world. This floating concrete block and glass structure home by Tense Architecture is a one of a king work of art.

house made ​​of concrete

modern house design of concrete

concrete exterior

open space under the house

terrace

concrete ceiling in the interior

suspended staircase

industrial interior

industrial kitchen

Photos courtesy Filippo Poli

 

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