If you thought you have seen everything by now, prepare to have your mind blown away. This almost alien structure unfolding in front of you is not a vision from the future, but the genius endeavor of Korean architect Christopher Daniels.
His efforts of conceiving a perfect prefab structure that would thrive in an arid environment culminated in this, the California Roll House. Built completely out of carbon fiber modules with exterior walls that reflect the desert heat and windows which electronically change transparency, this unique gem, proves that the height of architectural efficiency is maybe not as complicated as we might have thought.
Although still a concept, it takes no effort to imagine the amazing applications of such a revolutionary idea in the overpriced overpopulated living scenarios of today’s world. Could I even go so far as to suggest little California Roll Houses on Mars?
By Dora Cruceru
Editor and Founder
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