wamhouse studio imagines a series of houses in the shape of famous logos
 

wamhouse studio imagines a series of houses in the shape of famous logos

for her latest architectural imagining, karina wiciak of wamhouse studio has designed a series of houses inspired by well-known logos of famous brands. for the project, which comprises the trihouse, crosshouse, rhombhouse and pyrahouse, wiciak has transformed the originally 2D shapes into 3D volumes made of concrete and glass.

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the trihouse

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the first house designed by wiciak is called the trihouse and is composed of three concrete strips separated by large panels of glazing, which together take the form of a triangle. with these glass elements, residents can see through the entire width of the house, creating an open atmosphere as well as bringing natural light into the depth of the volume. inside, between the windows, there are also glass walls that divide the space into rooms. however, they can also be separated visually with blinds or curtains.

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the trihouse

 

 

the area of ​​the whole trihouse is about 6028 ft2 (560 m2) and is split over four storys. the first floor comprises a large open space that connects the hall, kitchen, living room, dining room and recreation room, as well as a small pantry and restroom. on the second floor, a library, study room, recreation room and restroom can be found, while on the two upper levels are reserved for the more private bedroom areas. the third floor plan includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms, while the final fourth floor contains a large master bedroom with open bathroom and wardrobe.

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the trihouse

 

 

the second house is aptly called the crosshouse. imagined to sit on the water in the shape of a cross, the main façade is fully articulated in glass, providing unobstructed views. the area of ​​the whole house covers approximately 2637 ft2 (245 m2) with the program split over two floors and an additional two mezzanine levels. the more social areas can be found on the side of the glazed elevation, such a large kitchen, dining room, living room and library with study. at the back of the house, the quieter, private spaces are located, which include the bedrooms and bathrooms.

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the crosshouse

 

 

the rhombhouse marks the third design of wiciak’s series. characterized by its diamond-shape, this house also includes large elements of glazing that permeates through the depth of the building. measuring a total area of 2906 ft2 (270 m2), the first floor includes a kitchen, living room with dining room, a library and restroom. the master bedroom is located on the next level, with bathroom and wardrobe, while on the highest floor, a study with bedroom and bathroom can be found.

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the rhombhouse

 

 

the final house resembles a pyramid and is therefore suitably named the pyrahouse. the area of ​​this house is about 320 m3, with the first, lowest floor fully concreted and stairs leading to it due to the varying level of sand. in this part there is only a small corridor and pantries. on the 1st floor there is a large open space with a living room, dining room, kitchen and library. further down on the mezzanine there is a restroom, and above – the rest area on the entresol. on the next, higher floor (in the upper part of the triangle) – there is a study with bathroom, and on the last top floor – the main bedroom and also the bathroom.

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the pyrahouse

 

 

project info:

 

project name: trihouse, crosshouse, rhombhouse and pyrahouse

project type: concept

design by: karina wiciak (wamhouse studio)

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: lynne myers | designboom

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