High-concept homes may seem too aesthetically and artistically pleasing to be livable. But there are those that create the style you love with the comfort you crave!
Check out these five high-concept homes that you actually might want to live in!
The Balancing Barn
A few miles inland from the coast in Suffolk, England, this gorgeous house balances on a hill. Created by the Dutch and covered in silver tiles, this home has huge panoramic windows that take in all the light and nature around it. This home sleeps eight and is perfect for that countryside getaway!
The Cloud House
Located in Melbourne, Australia, this home looks typical if viewing it from the street. It isn’t until you step inside that you see the stylish design leading you to the backyard. With the kitchen at the center of the home, the space here is grand. The merging of the ceiling and the walls was conceptualized from the seamless nature of a cloud.
The Hill House
To some it might just look like a grassy knoll, but if you look more closely you will find a home! Here in the Danish countryside, there is a harmony between nature and this made-made home. This hidden concept makes for a quiet life!
The Alligator House
After Hurricane Katrina, this two-bedroom and one and one-half bath house, was funded by donations to become the home of a struggling family. This low-cost structure may seem small but it is helping make big changes in the area of New Orleans, especially with its front porch detail!
This home only touches the ground in four areas, making this home buildable anywhere. Operating with solar panels and rainwater, it’s controlled by sensors and laptops. If you want to live off the grid, this home is ideal because it’s easy to ship and assemble, giving you that nomadic lifestyle you always dreamed of.
These houses may seem a bit different, but now you can tell that they are truly livable!
Which one is your dream destination?
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