The house 18.36.54 was designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind. Its name is derived from some structure’s measures: 18 planes, 36 points and 54 lines. The house is located in an area of 54 acres in a small region in Connecticut. The construction is made of stainless steel bronze color, where the light and the sky is reflected, so the exterior is stunning and striking. This space has the ability to look differently depending on the season. Inside we can find wood touches. The angles of the walls and ceiling are pronounced, with large windows that make up the exterior and interior. In addition, the concrete floor adds a contemporary touch to this modern vision of a cottage in the countryside.
Source and images: Daniel Libeskind