The '4 Casas' by Gaeta Springall Architects is a Giant Stack of Houses

By: Annie Ho - Published: Oct 20, 2010   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: gaeta-springall & contemporist
From a distance, the '4 Casas' by Gaeta Springall Architects looks like a real life Jenga building. Located in Mexico City, Mexico, this home combines the benefits of a home and a tower.

The giant windows of the '4 Casas' by Gaeta Springall Architects allow for sunlight to shine through from different angles, providing a beautiful well-lit interior space. Check out the featured gallery to see this stacked building.

Implications - Before checking out these photos, however, just think about what an amazing view you would have from the top of this tower! The '4 Casas' would be the perfect design for anywhere overlooking the ocean or even the city. With its white coloring, it also has the ability to beat the heat. Stats for Building Block Abodes Trending: Older & Mild
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