The Pitched Roof House by Chenchow Little Architects is probably the most interesting home I’ve seen in a long time. From the outside, you wouldn’t imagine that you could actually even FIT inside the home with its “pitched” roof and interesting geometrical shape. While from the inside, the home is quite spacious, with triangular shaped windows, in interesting parts of the house- giving the residents a new and unique perspective of their surrounding area.
Though it is an unusual looking residence, it nestles quite perfectly amongst other more traditional suburban homes- giving the neighborhood a modern/contemporary edge that it likely needed. I would imagine that from the inside you’d feel more like you were living in a beautiful prism, or diamond rather than a “humble abode” and that’s precisely what makes the home so amazingly quirky and creative. While I would imagine being the ,”crazy neighbors” on the block would get a little old after awhile- I know that being the ,”neighbors with the most unique interesting” home on the block would be a title some, and certainly these residents wear proudly.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 2 August, 2010