Hemeroscopium House

We don’t often cover architecture, but when we stumbled onto this house, we couldn’t resist. It’s called the Hemeroscopium House, and is located in Madrid. It’s made from gigantic concrete beams and is topped off with a huge granite stone that serves as a counterweight. It was erected in only seven days, but it took a year to plan it all out.

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  • Mhz

    This house is nuts. Sick.