Behold: the Holmsland Dune House, designed by Studio Viktor Sørless: perched on an isolated stretch of the Danish coast: an elevated, formed concrete cruciform, each wing of which points in one of the four cardinal directions.
Inspired by the 2010 Roman Polanski film ‘The Ghost Writer’, the combined effect of the changing light and the building’s extensive glazing is designed to create cinematic panoramas of the windswept coast as requested by the owner, an “absolute cineaste”.
If that was in Ireland, I’d be wondering how much was in the brown envelopes to the FF or FG councillor on the local zoning/planning committee.
That is because you are the driest of all known shites
Takes one to know one.
To add yet more banality to the pile:
Pot calling the kettle black surely.
You “wonder” too much.
Ah, theres some nice stuff around Ireland. I like these…
Basil Goulding’s summer house over the Dargle river is decent.
I think Johnny Ronan owns its now
I’m kind of hoping it sits on a turntable free to spin around in the wind.
Me too! 33rpm would be ideal. Cool building though
Looks mank if I’m honest. And where do you park your car?
New Brexit Hard border watch towers?
guys I’m an atheist, it was a joke !
Thats one of those gaffs where the architect says it “integrates with its surroundings” and “it brings the outside in” and yet the opposite is true.