On the edge of a rising hill in the middle of a secluded piece of land, this contemporary structure looks impressive against the natural backdrop of greenery, flowers and mountainsides. The house has been cleverly designed to cope with the extreme winds that can make an appearance around Casper in Wyoming, USA. The aerodynamic shape of the roof and the concrete walls can cope with up 100 mile an hour winds, which make it perfect for this spot. The house was designed by Abramson Teiger Arhitects and has gorgeous large open living areas with huge windows that allow the landscape in the distance come into view. The décor is simple, yet warm and inviting, and the living area has the best seats in the whole house, with nearly a whole corner being structured of of glass. Photos by Jim Bartsch Photography.