Made up of three large wings, a prominent structure in the center of the home is comprised of glass, concrete and metal beams. Although the glass is not tinted, views of the interior are shrouded in shadows, due to the unique architecture outside. Completed in 2012, Rachcoff Vella Architecture, this home takes on varied modern elements to create a structure that is visually stimulating. The kitchen and dining area are surrounded by light on all sides, as it comes flooding in from the floor to ceilings windows. At the far end of the center wing, an entertainment trimmed in black sits lost to the ground. A built-in fireplace and flat screen TV appear close to a comfortable chair and overstuffed couched. The unusual home, with its glass structure and convex walls challenge everything you think interior design represents.