Ideal House by Zaha Hadid

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Zaha Hadid approached this cube as a huge block to be hollowed out and morphed into a charming sequence of rooms that lead into one another and also open up wide to the outside. Compared to the more open structures of fukasawa’s project, hadid’s ideal house retains the traditional form of the home as a unit and protective shell. The two-story structure has no roof, the walls and furniture appear to grow directly out of a floor that in some cases is totally uneven, and the ceiling is an arched sky.