The Concrete House Created by 'Gubbins Arquitectos' is a Sight to See

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Sep 12, 2013 • References: & waveavenue
The stunning concrete house designed by 'Gubbins Arquitectos' has a unique organic location. Built in the middle of a forest, the 'Omnibus House' is located in Aguas Claras, Cachagua V Region, Chili. The incredible modern design fits seamlessly with the natural forest landscape.

When the sun fades away and the darkness envelopes the forest, the illuminated house is a beautiful spectacle. The glowing yellow lights from the interior of the home are a captivating sight. The entire exterior of the house is made out of concrete, which has a harmonious feel amid the surrounding trees.

Gubbins Arquitectos has done a spectacular job creating the 'Omnibus House,' not only for its modern design, but for the seamless natural aesthetics. Stats for Concrete Forest Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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