Polyhedral Garden House Called NOA

Quirky Architecture if Fun!

 

Noa Garden House is by far the most stylish little backyard cabin, and it was designed by Estonian architect-inventor Jaanus Orgusaar to be used as an extra living space for his family. It’s clearly an amazing play space for kids, but it can also be a great little hangout spot for the family or even an overnight cabin for a guest. The geometric shape and design are all inspired by nature, for example, honeycombs and diamonds as you can see in the pictures below.  Enjoy the photos, and don’t miss the video on the last page!

 

The building stands on three feet, not needing a foundation on the ground, therefore also more cold resistant than a usual dwelling. The house lacks acute angles, therefore giving an impression of a round space. The floor plan of the house is a hexagon, walls and roof compiled of identical rhombuses, therefore it is easy to continue the structure in space by adding the next module. This kind of structure is simple and economical, yet strong, offering a great, almost timeless, sacral space experience. The outside wall boards are soaked with iron-oxide to make the house grey fitting into the surrounding nature almost inconspicuously. The round windows frame the view to the open space of endless fields

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