Thanks to the capabilities of modern computer programs, even architects can create unique masterpieces without leaving their homes. True, these will only be visualizations, but what kind! Some projects really take your breath away and give you goosebumps, others get a lot of questions, most don't see any point in such creativity. But be that as it may, such design is akin to works of art. Take, for example, the extraordinary concepts of introverted houses created by modern architects both in virtual form and quite real structures.
1. House-introvert Mediterranean style
The original rendering of a zombie-apocalypse asylum-like fortress house called "Casa introvert is a dream house" has sparked a flurry of speculation and speculation. It was posted on his page by Azerbaijani architect Elmir Huseynov.
When other Internet platforms began to post his creation, a bunch of comments appeared, which were full of questions: “What does this mean? Why does the roof slope internally? And what to do when it is covered with snow?”, Etc. Ordinary people do not understand the flight of imagination and concepts of a person who dreams of just such a house. And even if there is no logic (from the point of view of the majority) in the absence of windows on the outer facade, then the shape and construction of the house is quite understandable for specialists studying the history of architecture.
Reference: It turns out that the slope of the roof towards the inside of the house has been the norm for the Mediterranean since time immemorial. Even the ancient Romans built houses in a special way, all its walls were closed around the atrium (courtyard), but the low roof sloped towards the middle of this courtyard, above which an opening was always open so that water would drain into a specially created reservoir during precipitation. Then this water was used for household needs, and in the homes of wealthy people - to create pools or fountains.
Be that as it may, but such a house can be a great refuge for an introvert or creative person who does not need an audience for inspiration. As a rule, self-sufficient people do not suffer from the fact that they are maximally detached from the outside world, especially in such a harmonious environment with a beautiful pool next to the courtyard, you can relax forever.
2. Snow-white cubic house-introvert
Everyone is so accustomed to the fact that such extraordinary and completely closed from the outside world are designed and built by Japanese architects, but this is an example of the creativity of a group of specialists from Spain. The building, which is not standard for this region, was created by the construction company Estudio Arquitectura Hago. Quite a real refuge for a whole family of introverts "RG House" is located in the city of Badajoz and consists of several separate objects at once, which were united by common rooms that form a courtyard.
The construction of the entire building also includes a monolithic concrete fence, which encloses the house, despite the fact that there is not a single window or even a hint of it on the outer facade. It is this design that makes the object more like a closed fortress of a voluntary hermit, rather than a residential building in the usual sense.
3. Intriguing fence mansion
An unusual house can be seen on one of the streets of a small Italian village. Whoever sees a strange mansion for the first time thinks that he is walking along a monolithic fence, behind which there is something mysterious. As it turned out, this is not a fence or an art object, but a real Private Residence mansion, designed by Archiplan Studio.
Despite the fact that from the side of the street it is a solid wall without windows and doors, but in fact, the internal facade consists of almost solid glazing, which provides the huge mansion with sunlight.
4. A transforming bunker house for hermits and more
The real bunker was built by the Polish company KWK Promes by order of one of the clients, who, according to the Novate. Ru editorial office, was robbed and, in order to avoid such incidents, decided to isolate himself from the whole world once and for all. But not everything is as creepy as it seems at first glance, this unusual house turns into a monolithic cube only at the moment when the owner and his family are not at home.
The rest of the time, this is an original house with massive shutters that open at the touch of a button. Such magic is available thanks to the huge windows and glass sliding doors.
5. Laboratory building-introvert
In the modern world, not only residential buildings or their concepts can receive the status of an "introverted building". For example, back in 2005 a Dutch architectural firm "/>
Thanks to this, the world saw a unique structure that does not have external windows, although for this kind of object this is the most optimal design, because many studies need reliable protection from sunlight. Although daylight still makes its way into it from two cone-shaped light shafts, enclosing spiral staircases. They are completely isolated from each other because they are part of independent laboratory blocks.
6. Notable examples of introverted homes
For those who want to detach themselves from the whole world, but so that no one really can find it it is worth building yourself not a bunker mansion, but an invisible house. It is in it that you can enjoy solitude without fear of being noticed by curious neighbors.