Designed by architecture studio Veliz Arquitectos, the Fishbowl House concept resembles a large glass globe. The unconventional design includes two stories and merges indoor and outdoor spaces. Its unique design would allow natural airflow to move through the house to provide its dwellers with a cooling breeze.
The Fishbowl House takes on the shape of a crystal ball propped on three wooden pillars. These connect the home's exterior with a steel fastener to keep it in place. In addition, the design calls for an all-glass construction to increase the sense of harmony between the indoor and outdoor spaces, including a semi-outdoor deck. Wooden floors add a sense of warmth to the design, while an integrated fireplace heats the home for cozy nights of stargazing.
Source: Elena Rahman