Slade Architecture based out of New York designed this incredible home that’s got some ambiguity about it in South Korea. Utilizing orthogonal bricks, the architects concocted the 9,675 pixel house– with one pixel equal to one concrete brick.
The home is a 1,200 square foot space, with room for a family of 4 that entertains and looks to share the space between indoors and out, public and private, as well as with the neighborhood. One side has a flat and seemingly normal face, while the rounded sides feature a more three dimensional and geometric look. Even beyond the intense exterior comes curved ceilings, natural light and plenty of interesting built ins.