It makes perfect sense that a fashion designer wouldn't settle for a pad with bland white walls and boring beige decor, but this colour-changing house designed by Italo Rota for Roberto Cavalli takes residential color creativity to a whole new level.
At this beautiful rainbow residence in the hills of Florence, Italy, Cavalli can change the color of his house to best suit his mood.
I wonder which color will inspire his next killer collection?
Implications - For a time, it was enough to own or rent a house, however, as property prices fell and living standards rose, personalizing the architecture or design of your domicile became more important. At the moment, few companies offer home-owners robust customization options, so a window of opportunity still exists for realtors or designers to meet the growing demande.