Cube Shaped Hidden City Home

Check this simple but lovely cube-shaped home - an architectural piece of heaven hidden in a bustling city center. This stone house designed by Swiss architecture firm moves Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron from the traditional concept of "home" in a unique, eye-catching design, surrounded by nature. A striking silhouette simple - a pair of dice with a flat roof - mounted on a hill overlooking the mountains, the lake and the city. The design is more suited to the natural landscape as the buildings nearby with an echo of organic stone majestic mountains. This house plan has a sloping courtyard that floods the interior with natural light while providing a private room from the outside in the other densely populated, densely built. Within this cube house features exposed rock walls and large windows that capture the stunning views while protecting its occupants from prying eyes.


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