Perhaps society's gotten too used to the concept of walls and a roof, with refreshingly unconventional architecture such as KasaUovo Houses hatched each day.
These egg-shaped dwellings might just be the ideal form of a sustainable home. Made from wasted wood and recycled car tires, these delectable prefabricated dwellings are 750-square feet of modular masonry and passive utilities. With their shape enabling them to harness the sun, the wind and the rain, KasaUovo Houses are 90% recyclable and 70% more efficient than most residential properties.
Designed by Roberto Casati with renderings by Matteo Puggelli, an egg-shaped community may be coming to a town near you.