Jet House

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Published: Apr 4, 2008   Updated: Apr 6 2011 • References: slipperybrick
This is a house made out of molded concrete that is attached to a metallic building pad. The Jet House, by Jérôme Olivet, is designed to look as if it is moving really fast, despite being anchored to the ground. This structure is a two-story house connected by an elevator. According to Olivet, the style of the house is "biomorphic" on account of its rounded and smooth exterior lines.

Implications - As the future unfolds, more and more consumers are looking for houses and designs that closely mimic the emerging aesthetic of tomorrow. Smooth and rounded houses like this exude a science fiction feel, but also have an attractively clean and benign appearance that rejects the crude cubism of traditional futuristic design aesthetic. Stats for Biomorphic Architecture Trending: Older & Warm
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