There is architecture as art, the debate of form follows function, and all kinds of questionable topics in regards to the built spaces we live in. One that’s undeniably gorgeous and quite functional is the Malator House of Wales. It’s one with the landscape, ocean and utilizes space in a way that’s simply beautiful.
Constructed for a high profile client and his family in the UK, this residence is more commonly known as the “Teletubby House.” Built in Druidstone back in 1998, this small home is a thought provoking interpretation of a dwelling. The built environment incorporates a turf roof, steel chimney and peephole doorway along with operable porthole windows on the see-through facade.