Meera house: Finally someone successfully combined postmodern with nature (11 HQ Photos)

This house was created by Guz Architects and it is gorgeous.

These great photos and many more at contemporist.

  • Marty

    Just thinking of how many ways my kid could destroy this place.

  • Sean

    So bad ass. As for the lawn, im pretty sure its the type of grass that stays short and doesn't need to be moved like that cheap ass grass in your back yard.

    Pool is also amazing regardless!

  • dave

    this is the first house I've seen on the chive that I'd want to live in

    • ronnie

      Then you have either spent very little time on the chive, or you are a billionaire with very spesific taste.

  • frosif


  • Da Sandman

    love to live there

  • R-Dub


  • Victor

    I think the roof should be growing algae because algae can be processed to make fuel such as diesel which can be used power our cars, homes, everything. Yes, I also believe ALL roofs should grow algae because it will also take CO2 out of the atmosphere which will slow down global warming. What do you think of my idea?

  • Guest

    thats my uncles place

  • truthvirus

    Every guy in America wants this pool. No exceptions.

  • DanielB

    #1 yeah you cant expect people not to jump from the second floor yard into the pool

  • xianhatesyou

    Finally? Have you numb-nuts heard of Frank Lloyd Wright?

  • Sarah

    That really is lovely – Not a place for a family tho eh!
    Could you imagine jammy finger marks on all that glass – pppffft – would make moving the roof a sinch!

  • Carlos SLB

    i hate being poor =(

  • zgjim

    is this 3d or real ?

  • XAV

    Too much grass, not enough plants but nice try!!

  • Sexy Men From Singapore, Seeing is Believing

    The next time I read a blog, I hope that it won’t disappoint me just as much as this one. After all, I know it was my choice to read, however I really believed you’d have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of crying about something you could fix if you weren’t too busy seeking attention.

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