UK-based designer Antony Gibbon never ceases to amaze with his spectacular designs inspired by nature. His latest work, the Lucent House, combines glazed walls and stonework to create a serene, minimalist structure that blends into its environs.
Nature is a common theme in Gibbon’s work, which, in the past, has included plenty of unique treehouse designs. The designer explains that through his work, he strives to create a strong, seamless connection between living spaces and their environment. “Each structure is individually created to consider the surroundings using sustainable materials wherever possible. I aim to create organic forms that exist in nature using natural materials that unite the two,” he writes on his website.
The Lucent House is comprised of four stone walls that are connected with large glazed panels. A series of geometric forms twist and turn to create an open layout, while large floor-to-ceiling windows flood the interior with natural light. A wooden terrace runs the along the entire outline of the home, creating a beautiful deck that is sheltered by the hanging roof.
The Lucent House is designed to sit peacefully on any body of water. However, according to Gibbon, the size and volume of the home can be adapted to suit almost any landscape.
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