Omar Arbel's '23.2 House' is a futuristic yet naturally beautiful house with an amazing ceiling built from reclaimed Douglas fir beams.
The residence is a skillful balance between modern architectural aesthetics and nature, but achieves this effect by embracing angled ceilings and windows that seem to play with the surrounding landscape rather than against it. The house has also been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival for a residential home and given the innovative beauty of Omar Arbel's eco-friendly design, it isn't hard to see why.
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