The Reykjavik house is a monochromatic white house in Reykjavik blends with its surroundings, designed by Warsaw-based Polish architectural practice Moomoo Architects.
Architects: Moomoo Architects
Location: Reykjavik, Iceland
From the architects:
The main idea of the project is terrace wall which was pulled from the house and bended in a way that it looks like it came out from the landscape. The glazing on the both sides of the house are sliding, so during the warmer season they can be folded, so the terrace makes the continuation of the area of the house. This manipulation of the shape of the house blur the border between the house and the surrounding area……