11. Eye of the Storm | Futuristic Homes

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Eye of the Storm ©Michael Royal Pareto Real Estate

The four-level home on Sullivan’s Island was built in 1991 as a collaborative project between architect X Dilling and builder George Paul.  The house was created to resist hurricanes, hence its name. Today, it is a local landmark, thanks to its distinctive shape.

12. Simple House

Simple House
Simple House ©Moon Hoon

The house designed by architect Moon Hoon in Jeju-Si in South Korea was completed in 2017. 

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13. House on the Cliff

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House on the Cliff © GilBartolome Architecture
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House on the Cliff © GilBartolome Architecture
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House on the Cliff © GilBartolome Architecture

The house located in Salobreña, a town on the Granada coast, Spain is designed by GilBartolome Architecture. The project was completed in 2015. As the architects state, “the form of the house and the metallic roof produces a calculated aesthetic ambiguity between the natural and the artificial, between the skin of a dragon set in the ground, when seen from below, and the waves of the sea when seen from above.“ 

14. The Mobile Aquatic Pod, Exbury, England

The Mobile Aquatic Pod, Exbury, England
Exbury Egg ©Stephen Turner

Exbury Egg is a floating home and workspace designed by Stephen Turner. The artist was commissioned by Space Placemaking and Urban Design to collaborate with PAD Studio to develop a studio. The project was situated at Beaulieu River on the Exbury Estate, Hampshire. The structure is the artist’s personal experiment in minimal life. 

15. M-Velope Transformer House | Futuristic Homes

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M-Velope Transformer House ©Michael Jantzen

With M-Velope Michael Jantzen explores how people live. The project was created in 2000. The designer usually incorporates sustainable elements. His project is made from Accoya, a non-toxic treated wood. The panels can be folded in various ways in order to accommodate different needs.

16. Habitat 67, Cité du Havre, Montreal, Canada

Habitat 67, Cité du Havre, Montreal, Canada
Habitat 67 ©The Guardian

Habitat 67, built in the same year, was designed by Moshe Safdie. The architect was working on the masterplan of the Montreal Expo of 1967. As part of the deal, he could place a project of his at the end of the pier. The housing complex is an example of urban density, designed to be visible from the center of Old Montreal.

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17. Sea Rescue Station

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Sea Rescue Station ©Wilfried Dechau

The structure designed by Ulrich Müther in 1968 in Binz Beach, Rügen, Germany, was initially a rescue station. The architect brought an emphasis on standardization. After its restoration, the rescue station is now used as a maid room. 

18. The Spaceship House

The Spaceship House
The Spaceship House ©Gavin Townsend

The Spaceship House is located in the woods near Signal Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. It was built by Curtis King for his son in 1973. The futuristic living is designed for every detail. One can enter the elevated building using the drop-down staircase. 

19. The Cloud House, Melbourne, Australia

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The Cloud House ©McBride Charles Ryan Architecture + Interior Design

The Cloud House is an addition to a double-fronted Edwardian house in Fitzroy North, Melbourne, Australia.  The renovation was completed in 2012 by McBride Charles Ryan Architecture + Interior Design.

20. The Steel House | Futuristic Homes

The Steel House
The Steel House ©Billy Hathorn

The Steel House is a UFO-shaped house in a suburban neighborhood in Lubbock, Texas, USA. The house is designed by Robert Bruno.

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Evgenia is a young architect interested in interdisciplinary urban projects. She believes that the urban environment defines social relations and that people should actively claim the right to the city. Her interests embrace mapping and cinematic spaces. Besides architecture, she loves illustrations, fables, and science fiction.

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