dr. Jung's Dreamhouse, February 2008 by John Bosma, via Flickr
House in Muko by Fujiwara Muro Architects
Jübergturm Hemer by Birk Heilmeyer and Frenzel Architects Diminishing loads upward corresponds with decreasing number of timber rods, allowing increasing panoramic view the higher you get to the observation deck.
Windows that allow light and air to enter the house. Breezway Altair louvers, Viridian Comfort Plus low-e glass, and Western Red Cedar–framed sliding glass doors on the ground floor and pivot stay windows on the second story allow residents to control how open or closed the house is. Photo by: Brett Boardman - Dwell | At Home in the Modern World: Modern Design & Architecture
Theissing House Utrecht, by Gerrit Rietveld (1959)