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The Jellyfish House by Weil Arets Architects Blends into the Sea

 - Jan 26, 2014
References: wielaretsarchitects & trendland
This stunning architectural structure by Weil Arets Architects features seamlessly fluid designs that beautifully connect with the sea view in the distance.

This three-story abode, located on the coast of Spain, reflects the beauty and fluidity that jellyfish exhibit in the sea. The use of concrete material, long hallways, curved walls and indoor outdoor space serves to create a piece of architecture that provides fluidity from room to room. Featuring stunning design aspects such as a rooftop swimming pool, a kitchen elevator and a sauna, this Jellyfish house will certainly make an impression with architectural enthusiasts who appreciate aquatically influenced structures.

Blending elements of the sea into minimalist design, Weil Arets Architects have beautifully crafted a place where the fluidity of the sea and interior structural space has no distinct boundaries.