18 Planes, 36 Points And 54 Lines Lead To Fantastic 18.36.54 House


Having lots of imagination, Studio Daniel Libeskind projected this SF house, all made of bronzed metal on the exterior. You almost cannot tell which is roof or wall. The four walls rule doesn’t apply in any of the rooms and the interior is all covered in wood, like the floorings have invaded the whole place. This brand new concept can be hard to accept for a conservative person, but for the ones ready to try everything new, living in the 18.36.54 house is a great challenge.

The living room has a lovely opening to the outside space through the large windows. White couch and dark wood everywhere make the atmosphere so warm and cozy, like this is the best place for winter and a little bit further we discover an interesting shower, hidden to look like it’s in a cave. The bedroom continues the idea due to the fur blanket warming the bed and short ceiling. Overall, there’s mystery in all 18 planes, 36 points and 54 lines of spiraling ribbon contouring the space.

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