Anti Reality designs the most abstract houses ever seen. Their designs are multifunctional, modern and above all way anti-reality. This house you’re about to see below is one perfect example of their amazing work.
This summer house is meant to be perched on a coastal cliff and it’s a 914-square-foot (85-square-meter) one-story dwelling. It is the perfect example of indoor/outdoor living, with the walls covered in a see through glass that offer a panoramic view of the seaside all the time. The special part is the inverted roof that serves as a pool.
“One of the key design intents was to create a building that would be completely open to the surroundings, providing the possibility to observe and engage in direct contact with nature,” Anti Reality shares. “The Summer House has been designed with seasonal recreation and weekends outside the city in mind.”
One might think there’s no privacy because of the glass walls, but the creator of this design have thought about all as well. There are three structural cores that can be configured according to how the interior is used. They serve as kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, and can be opened all the way or closed as the homeowner would like.
The pool on the other hand is accessed by an exterior ladder, and has controllable water leaks thanks ot a siphon drainage system. The roof outlets are located above each of the three structural cores, which allows the downpipes to pass through the interior into an inspection chamber.