One of Leo Qbarsdebo's latest architectural designs is impressive for a number of reasons. Namely, it takes on an unusual triangular shape that rivals that of the pyramids -- at least when it comes to a liveable space -- and it is also made out of unusual materials: pieces of an old puzzle factory.
Located in rural Sweden, Leo Qbarsdebo's triangle villa not only adds to the gorgeous landscape, it provides unobstructed views of the natural surroundings. Interestingly, although not near many trees, Leo Qbarsdebo considers the design a "treehouse for adults." Fast Co Design writes, "As such, there's a rope connected to the peak of the roof, so he and his kids can scale the facade. Even inside, though, climbing the home's central staircase is meant to feel like a treehouse."
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