The Shakin Stevens House by Matt Gibson Exemplifies Structured Architecture

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Sep 11, 2012 • References: & contemporist
Highly welcoming of light, the Shakin Stevens House by Matt Gibson is an architectural gem.

With its cubic motif, the house pushes boundaries in the notion of structures that is welcoming of green space. The open concept of the design is mean to give spaces a a functional feel that is partial to light and open landscape. Taking this idea to the next level, Matt Gibson opts to completely get rid of doors. This lack of division does not interfere with the sheer creativity of the structural facade.

The architect meant for the structure to look as though cubes has just landed. This playful approach is almost reminiscent of a game of Tetris. With Shakin Stevens House, everything falls into its correct place to create a show of astoundingly modern architecture. Stats for Tetris-Inspired Homes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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