30 Sep '14, 3pm

Do you ever wish you could tilt your home upwards to let in more light?

Do you ever wish you could tilt your home upwards to let in more light?

House is a two-storey residence standing on a hilly site near Chungpyong Lake in South Korea. It was designed as a weekend retreat for a couple of retired professors who wanted a space for research and writing. Its unique design consists of a zinc-clad slanting box that rests on a smaller volume overlooking verdant mountaintops.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/zinc-clad-leaning-house-tilts-upward...

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