If you love the look of twisted steel and scrap metal, you're going to dig the Liiva House. If you're wondering what that material is, covering nearly the entire house, it's shingles. Yes ladies and gentlemen, the popular roof compound has now expanded to walls and facades. With a bizillion peaks, there is not one regular shaped window in the place. Talk about cutting edge!
Designed by Urmas Muru and Peeter Pere, the Liiva House is as equally angular on the inside. One of the coolest features of the interior are the three glass walls that run up the entire height of the house and look on to the garden. The Liiva House is definitely not for those who are afraid of sharp points.
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