This Retreat Home Can Contort into a Variety of Shapes

 - Oct 7, 2016
Michael Jantzen is the American architect and designer behind this unique malleable retreat home.

The structure is called 'The Malleable Autonomous Retreat House' and follows the same customizable theme that much of the architect's other work has featured. It has walls, a multi-faceted roof and a base that are all able to transform and contort to the needs of the person or people using it. The unique project would make for a creative home pavilion that would allow for homeowners to use the space at their discretion for a variety of different needs.

This malleable retreat home sets a unique precedent for home architecture that is interactive, customizable and could potentially set new standards for the functionality of various buildings.