Take a look this cute hose look like honeycomb. Rotterdam’s Cube Houses is an iconic building designed in 1984 by Dutch architect Piet Blom. The building consists in 38 small cubes and two bigger ones all attached to each other. The interior was specially developed to give visitors an impression of how it’s possible to live in a cube house with sloping walls.
Rotterdam’s Cube Houses located in the middle of Rotterdam. When you look at them from outside, these houses appear disorienting, and it’s quite difficult to imagine how one can stay upright inside them. One of the Cubes is opened for the visitors to show them how it is to live in such a weird house. It looks tight and cramp outside, but inside the space is just right. Every little space here is utilized for something, so it is efficient. The living space is split into three levels: lower for the living area, middle for the sleeping one and the bathroom and the upper one for the extra bedroom.
Piet Blom, the designer thought of creating of a kind of village within a main city. The concept Rotterdam’s Cube Houses is that Piet Blom tries to create a forest by each cube representing an abstract tree; therefore the whole village becomes a forest. The middle level contains the sleeping area and a bathroom, while the top level, also in a triangular shape, is used as either an extra bedroom or a living space. Each Cube House is built in the shape of a tilted block, with living quarters on several levels and exterior walls that tilt downward to face the ground or upward to face the sun. Windows and skylights open, and each dwelling even have a small balcony. Have a cup of tea and enjoy pals.