Dream Homes | A Incredible Hidden Home You Won’t Believe The Are Underground #Germany
If you’re looking to move and want something a little different and far away from family and friends, then I think we may have found you the perfect home. Pack your bags and let’s go… There is something eternally seductive about the idea of a house as precipice, tempting the elements by staking a foundation on the edges of the Earth, shunning mankind for a view of nothing but sea and sky.
Take in the double luxury living room and space it provides. One can only image the gathering that could take place here. This undergroud home called the “vivos europa one elite shelter is located in Germany and they are only asking for a whopping $1.1 billion. The pool rooftop has to be amazing….
Casa Brutale from Open Platform for Architecture, or OPA, is a conceptual fantasy vacation house embedded into a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea. It’s reminiscent of a James Bond movie set location or this 2014 Cliff House proposal by Australian prefab architecture firm Modscape that was inspired by the barnacles that cling to the hull of a ship.
But head architects Laertis-Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos write in a project description that the underground Casa Brutale is actually an “inverted reference” to the legendary Casa Malaparte, designed by Adalberto Libera in the 1930s and perched atop a cliff on the island of Capri.
Vassiliou told me in an email that the design was further inspired by “the breathtaking visions of the wild, Greek landscape and the Aegean Sea as untouched by human intervention”; traditional Greek vernacular architecture that is “wisely integrated in the landscape, more sustainable and ecological than most contemporary architectural solutions”; and the work of Tom Kundig for its “generous use of simple, industrial, earthly materials and grand and unusual openings.”
Intended to wedge itself seamlessly into the dramatic Grecian landscape dominated by sea and sky, Casa Brutale is made of concrete, glass, and wood and accessed by an elevator or a sweeping staircase. With a glass façade and a glazed bottom swimming pool for a roof, its design showcases the play of light and shadows on the raw concrete interior walls that pay homage to Brutalist design.
And then you get the pool roof in your bedroom too… What more do you need?