The Andalus Project is definitely a futuristic design to look forward to. Using Stephen Wolfram’s computer program, ‘Mathematica’, it challenges us to rethink our preconception of what domestic space should be. The futuristic program uses indeterminate modules that organically emerge, morph and propagate while aligned with a set of programmatic parameters to negotiate formal and spatial results. As an organic architectural futuristic design, the living spaces are turned into perfectly sized and angled jigsaw puzzles which transforms the space into many linked pieces.
Written on Jul. 16, 2013 by Ellen Marie Siloy
The shell house is one of the most extraordinary futuristic design homes in Japan. It is a 60-90 minute drive from Tokyo and covers 3,451 square feet in the woods of Karuizawa, Nagano. The 2-story vacation home was designed by Kotaro Ide which took 18 months of planning and 2.5 years to complete. The futuristic design aims not only to function as a getaway from the busy city but also provides an invigorating place for its occupants. This stunning home provides serenity, leisure and picturesque views which seem to never get dull.
Written on Jul. 02, 2013 by Ellen Marie Siloy
Like most futuristic designs the Tornado Proof House utilizes technological innovations providing shelter even to the most climatically unsafe environments. The revolutionary design was developed by Ted Givens of Hong Kong-based 10Design.
Written on Jun. 18, 2013 by Ellen Marie Siloy