Primeval Symbiosis is not a person's typical house. It forgoes the typical boxy design for a triangular shape that is inspired by the pine trees that would surround it. Placed in forested areas, the Primeval Symbiosis homes boast a zero-impact design that will appeal to nature-lovers with an eye for style.
Conceived by Konrad Wójcik, an architect based in Aalborg, Denmark, the Primeval Symbiosis house was created for the D3 Natural Systems International Architectural Design Competition. The aim of the competition was to design a structure that didn't have any footprint on nature and the Primeval Symbiosis house passes with flying colors. Not only does it blend into its environment almost seamlessly, it is covered in solar panels and made from a wooden frame for sustainability.