The Fragmented Meandering House by Michael Jantzen is Utterly Surreal

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 15, 2014 • References: archinect & archinect
The Fragmented Meandering House is an unusual example of house art. As though inspired by the movie, 'Inception,' it can be entirely manipulated by a person. Granted, a little grunt work is needed to interact with this house art, not just the power of one's mind and dreams.

Designed by Michael Jantzen, an architect based in Los Angeles, California, the house art is a concept that is made up of four parts as well as a snaking path. Part sculpture, part pavilion and entirely entertaining, the house art can be pulled apart to form different shelters in different areas. Envisioned as a public house art installation, it is something that many people will enjoy interacting with. Stats for Interactive House Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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