Conceptual home plans and ideas can look so far into the future that they’re unbelievable, but the 3D rendering work of Juan Carlos Ramos looks so close to real. This was an entry for an architectural competition that was based around a design of a pyramid shaped home. Similar to the Luxor Hotel of Las Vegas, but formed into a private residence of sorts, Ramos divvied up the interior into 12 different areas.
Ranging from all of the basic private and public spaces plus a garage, library, and even a recording studio– this home has it all. Other than the combination renderings of 3DS Max, Photoshop, Itoo Forest and more, the layout of the potential space is an interesting concept. A cantilevered balcony sits up near the highest point of the home, sandwiched in between the bathroom and library. Windows range from thin, wide slits to larger triangular glazed sheets to make for a more interesting facade (as if a pyramid weren’t enough!).