We all want one summer house by the sea; a place where we can while away the long, sun-kissed days in style and relax while reestablishing a much-needed connection with nature. Anti Reality, an original page that blurs the lines between art and architecture.
The main feature of the ‘Summer House’ is its roof. Inverted into a concave form, it makes a basin that is just ideal for a pool, so you can relax with a glass of something and watch the sunset over the sea, It can be filled with rainwater so you might can recycle that water.
The pool is reached by a ladder on the exterior of the house, which is intended to be perched on the edge of a cliff.
“The 85-square-meter large building is set in a rocky seaside area with direct contact with water. The house comprises two principal parts: a living space and a swimming pool located on the roof. In the building plan with a triangle-based layout, one can distinguish a central living area and an external passage with a panoramic view of the seaside.”
’The structure of the building is based on three structure cores that contain: a bathroom, a kitchen, and a bedroom. These cores are situated inside an open multi-functional space that serves among others as a living room and a dining room.”
“These small oval rooms (located inside of structural cores) constitute the only permanent element of the interior. The living area is determined by a mobile panel wall that allows one to freely arrange the space. This gives the building the opportunity to be adapted to the current needs of its users.”