The Minimalist White House Looks Like a Stripped Monopoly Home

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 20, 2011 • References: airesmateus & swipelife
Looking at the Minimalist White House, I can't help but see a colorless Monopoly house. Paint it green and it may just look like a more livable version of An Te Lui's 'Title Deed' art installation.

Designed by Aires Mateus & Associados, the Minimalist White House is pretty unique in that it is completely windowless. It does have a sizable door and skylight, but apart from that, it is one smooth, uninterrupted piece of architecture.

The home's isolated and rather eerie factor is a small price to pay for a lot of privacy and a completely original home. What do you think about the Minimalist White House? Stats for Windowless Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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