Habitable Polyhedron

June 15th, 2011

If you’re limited on space and need to add a guest room to your house, this is the way to do it. Perhaps even if you just need a creative hideout to get away from your main workspace, then this is the space to have. The designer, Manuel Villa created the space in Bogota, Colombia in 2009.

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Posted by on 06/15/11 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. Brennan says:

    It would be sweet if the deck flipped up to close it off completely when you’re away. It would just be this monolithic black ball in the forest until you open it, revealing the comfortable inside and that awesome glass wall.

  2. Ian Houghton says:

    I like everything about this except for the dome in the roof – it looks really out of place when compared to the other, more angular elements. If it had angular sides or if it were flat, I think it would work a little better. I’d love to have this as a shed though!

  3. Mary says:

    well done!

  4. leonard parker says:

    I built a 16 foot yurt . Used 1.5 by 2.5 spruce for studs 7 foot walls this is perfectly round . .25 fur plywwd for walls .Looking for a dome . If you have a source for a dome please let me know Leonard Parker Ontario Canada

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