Concrete House: This brutalist cliffside design concept is the perfect James Bond villain’s lair
Perched upon a striking rock face, Reza Mosashami’s latest design concept blends the lines between brutalist and beautiful.
The world of architecture is increasingly embracing the concept of designing buildings so that they seamlessly blend into their natural setting. Although his work is mostly conceptual, Reza Mohashami is renowned for combining brutalist architecture with cliff faces and rock formations. His latest work, dubbed Concrete House, might just be his most unorthodox yet beautiful design yet.
In a series of renders, the curved structure, which is made almost entirely of concrete, juts out of an intimidating rock face, supported by a collection of stilts. One end hosts an entrance, while the other boasts a 45-degree floor-to-ceiling window affording views of the water below. This large window is complemented by another that runs along the inside of the entire structure, lending the space some natural light.
The minimalist interiors are divided into three areas: a lounge area, a kitchen with a sink and stove and a bedroom raised on a two-step platform.
Check out the gallery below to step inside the Concrete House.
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All images courtesy of Reza Mohtashami/Instagram