The Da House by Igor Sirotov Architects Has Glass Floors

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Published: Nov 10, 2013 • References: & homedsgn
Da House, designed by Igor Sirotov Architects, has a very gloomy grayscale design and the glass floors indoors give a clear view of the parking garage below. You'll never have to worry about your nice car getting stolen because you'll have full surveillance of it all the time.

The home is dark gray and gloomy but it still looks serene and elegant. The front porch opens up a grand view of the lake and magnificent skies. On sunny days this home will truly be a paradise but on rainy days it might feel like living in a bomb shelter.

The unique design is very industrial with an open concept and concrete surfaces. The house was inspired by Japanese architecture and as a result is very transparent and modern. The glass floors add a playful quality to the quiet and peaceful concept that flows through the home. Stats for Grayscale Transparent Ground Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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