First time I laid my eyes on the Pyramid House, I knew I had to find out more about this idea. Taking us back to ancient constructions we’re still intrigued by, this stunning conceptual residence was imagined by Mexico-based architect Juan Carlos Ramos for an architectural competition. A triangular glass facade opens up the interiors to the scenery, making it easy for natural light to penetrate the interiors. A large corner window, alongside horizontal glass slits and a vertical geometry that shapes the top floor balcony ensure daylight is present throughout and the outdoors can be admired.
These photo-realistic renderings present the sunken living area and kitchen at the base of the pyramid, with a raised dining space and a spacious recording studio. A futuristic carport completes the first floor plan and moving up to the second floor, we would see one of the two bedrooms and the pool. The top floor would boasts the second bedroom, a library and the cantilevered balcony with transparent railings looking as if it can be closed, becoming part of the pyramid’s concrete volume.
Just curious, which residences do you find more appealing – the apparently chaotic dream home we presented yesterday or today’s Pyramid House?