Collection by Aileen Kwun

These Contemporary Homes Defy Convention

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These surreal, unconventional homes, featured in a new book from Rizzoli titled This Is Not A House, reimagine contemporary living with fanciful twists on form and typology.

Japanese firm Mamm Design renovated this maisonette apartment in Amsterdam.
Dramatic arches characterize this enigmatic California beach house that's elevated six feet above the sand to guard...
A playful twist on the concept of a pitched roof, the Just K house designed by AMUNT in Tubingen, Germany, features a...
Architect Andrew Maynard designed this home in Melbourne, Australia.
A series of open, street-facing gardens make up this five-story, 700-square-foot home in Tokyo, Japan.
Located on a sharply sloped site in Pyeongchang-dong, a suburb of Seoul, South Korea, this home designed by Hyo Man Kim...
A series of vertically oriented, cedar slats both filters light and brings serene, poetic dimensionality to this...
A rooftop pool extends to voyeuristic indoor views in this suburban vacation home designed by Wiel Arets in Marabella,...
A series of diagonal slices characterize this heptagonal house in California.
Placed beneath a series of circular skylights, the sunken bathtub in this Stuttgart, Germany home designed by Matthias...
A series of square cut-outs at varying angles creates similar-yet-unexpected geometric voids that connect each of the...
These are just a few of the adventurous, typology-defying homes featured in This Is Not A House, edited by Dan...
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