Fovea Architects 'Crooked House ' is a Top-Heavy Design

 - Oct 20, 2010   Updated: Jul 13 2011
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The Fovea Architects 'Crooked House' design looks much like a house turned upside down.

The angular house is inclined to 40 degrees and rests looking as though its bottom faces the sky. Huge windows represent the second floor to invite the natural light indoors. Although this home is inspired by rural farmhouses, it's its architecture makes this Fovea Architects 'Crooked House' design super modern and interesting to look at.

Implications - The Crooked House by Fovea architects is an unconventional twist on the modern home which uses angles and windows the create a living space unlike any other. Living up to its name, the crooked house appears unstable from the exterior, but is certainly not going anywhere. It may not be for everyone, but the new and modern 21st century family is sure to enjoy the home, which is more of a work of art than a living space.