If you are a fan of modular furniture, you’ll probably love this home. If you’re not, we can assure you that you’ll still be amazed!
Located in Tehran (Iran), this house, named Sharifi-ha, refutes the belief that facades can’t be three-dimensional. The idea behind this modular home was to offer its residents a summer living room with an open /transparent /perforated space with wide, large terraces, as well as a winter living room with minimal openings in total absence of those wide summer terraces.
We know you’re getting curious to see how this “mutant” home can change its shape (and purpose), so let’s move on to some visuals! Shall we?
The facade – from winter to summer
The interior – from winter to summer
Time lapse – how it actually moves
From the outside
From the inside
The rotation process
Some more pictures
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How COOL is this home??? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below, we are blown away!
If you want to learn more about the Sharifi-ha House, check out its creators’ website here!
Photo credit: nextoffice