This Andrew Maynard Architects Design is Intentionally Incomplete

 - Jan 15, 2015
References: maynardarchitects & designtaxi
There are lots of homeowners who want their houses to feel as though the outdoors has been brought inside, but Andrew Maynard Architects takes it to the extreme with this inside-out home.

Built to look intentionally incomplete, the 'Cut Paw Paw' house was designed to meet a client's demand for a house that looked "Ridiculously inside-out." The house uses exterior materials like sliding walls, bifold doors, bricks decks on the inside, and the design leaves some parts of the home completely exposed. Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces, the living room is completely open to the garden, which features floorboards that lead from a wooden floor to the earth. Although this quirky home is definitely not one for everyone, this house perfectly meet's the client's outlandish wants.