The Aviator's Villa by Urban Office Architecture is Made for a Pilot

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: urbanofficearchitecture & designboom
Urban Office Architecture has created a house for a retired pilot, "envisioned as a composition of dis-assembled aviation components, exposed to the elements on all sides like the fuselage of a plane," as stated on DesignBoom.

The house is unlike anything people have seen before, as the overall shape moves far away from traditional rectangular designs. Certain features of the building are meant to replicate clouds, giving the people who live here a feeling as if they were up in the sky, suspended between two bodies of water. Having the pool on one side and a large lake on the other helps with this feeling of suspension in the air, which is exactly what Urban Office Architecture was aiming for with this development.

Fit for a pilot, the Aviator's Villa gives visitors that constant feeling of suspension.

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