What if you had a house with walls and ceilings that twisted into each other, almost like a mobius strip? This is the idea behind Twist House, a proposal that aims to solve the problem of bi-level lofts not having enough privacy by creating seamless twisting slopes that transcend the idea of stories. Aquilialberg, a funky Milan design firm with architects that worked for Zaha Hadid and Rem Koolhaus, thinks that the future of loft living lies in this crazy modification. Hey, at least you don't have to climb any stairs. More images below.

Advertisement

Aquilialberg is currently working on the first realizations of this design for private clients in Italy. Images by Aquilialberg

Aquilialberg main page via Dezeen

Advertisement