Milan Bogovac has visualized an unrealistic design idea for a dwelling that’s neither on the land nor touches the water. The co-founder of Slika Studios has conceptualized House of Ides in Turkey that will be made as a residential or vacation property. House of Ides gets its name from the Latin word Ides meaning ‘to divide’.
Spread over an area of 392-square-meter, the House of Ides will definitely boggle some minds in the architectural world. The structure will be made of limestone and other light-weighted material that is durable in nature. The idea behind the structure is to make its property like a sailing boat hull that’s floating in the water facing the sky while the halyard is facing the sea.
The maximum load of the edifice is reckoned to be transferred onto a vertical rock structure that supports the House of Ides. The house will be completely energy-efficient using hydropower, thermal mass, natural ventilation and solar power. Presumably, the outer structure will be clad with glass walls.
Embraced by natural factors like water, land and sunlight, the House of Ides will surely gain some attraction and tourists in the near future. It will supposedly be having pools, pubs and all other necessities for a luxurious lifestyle.
The House of Ides living area will have a sun-facing space with a nice lounge sofa chair and it will supposedly feature natural, sculptural and polished stone finish. A motorboat will be at your service to give you a smooth aqua ride. There is no indication as to when the structure will be ready but it will surely intrigue some guests.
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