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Polaris Architects' House in Luxembourg Embodies Furturistic Design

 - Dec 5, 2014
References: polaris-architects & frameweb
House in Luxembourg is a futuristic design project by Polaris Architects. The single family home boasts an angular facade and is multi-dimensional in its look.

Displayed in a muted green tone, the home's exterior walls are clad in tiled bricks and are broken up by asymmetrical windows that are featured at its entry and on the home's angled roof.

Seeming somewhat tilted, this home transforms depending on what level you look at it. When inside the home, its interior boasts angled ceiling elements and leaves plenty of room for large furnishings and cascading staircases.

The most special space in the House in Luxembourg is its top level, an area that boasts striking geometry details and skylight openings that draw in an abundance of natural light.