ARCHI-VACANZA: THE MOST AMAZING HOUSE MADE BY ARCHISTAR, WHERE EVERYONE CAN SLEEP INSIDE

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Luxurious mansions, architectural icons, bizarre homes. Here are the most incredible and how much it costs to sleep in them.

ARCHI-VACANZA: THE MOST AMAZING HOUSE MADE BY ARCHISTAR, WHERE EVERYONE CAN SLEEP INSIDE

# 1 La Muralla Roja in Spain, Ricardo Bofil’s iconic postmodern apartment complex from 120 euros per person.

Credits Zhifei Zhou-unsplash – Muralla Roja

La Muralla Roja It is a postmodern apartment complex built in Manzanera, Calpe, Spain and designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill for client Palomar SA in 1968. Completed in 1973, it was included in the list of the architect’s most iconic works. It is characterized by its grandeur, the Magritese scale And colors that fades from pink to red, to the blue of the sky and the sea. To become one night The price is 120 euros.

# 2 Cube House designed by Piet Blom in Rotterdam: to sleep in a dice you need 200 euros per night

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houses Rotterdam

Designed byDutch architect Piet Blom, Cube House or Kubuswoningen in Rotterdam it consists of a number of 38 bright yellow houses in the shape of a cube, plus two larger ones, next to each other and raised above the ground. Their 54.7 degree incline creates one surreal visual effect both inside and out. The architecture also creates a footbridge on one of the busiest streets in the city. The price of a sleepover and of 200 euros.

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# 3 Ex of In House by architect Stevan Hall, the geometric house in the woods from 450 euros per night near New York

ARCHI-VACANZA: THE MOST AMAZING HOUSE MADE BY ARCHISTAR, WHERE EVERYONE CAN SLEEP INSIDE
Credit Airbnb Host Sarah – Ex of In House

Ex from In House It is a villa designs in 2016 by Steven Hall in Rhineback, approx two hours from New York. Made as one organic sculpture which explores a spatial language that seeks to connect the energy of the inner spaces with the ecology of the place. There the geometry of the housepowered solely by solar energy, is composed of an intersection of trapezoid and spheres. Visitors are greeted by a carved wooden ball, the shape of which characterizes the facade, while the interior spaces generated are characterized by large volumes. It requires sleeping in this curious structure, available on Airbnb 450 euros per night.

# 4 Palais Bulles, Anti Lovags 1,000-euro-per-night bubble palace in France

Credits sardvnix IG – Palais Bulles

That Palais Bulles is a building built byHungarian architect Anti Lovag between 1975 and 1989 on behalf of the French industrialist Pierre Bernard. It is available at Cannes and present themselves as one enclosing and sculptural spaces of concrete in earth tones. Purchased by designer Pierre Cardin after the death of the owner who commissioned it, it has been on the list of historical monuments of the French Ministry of Culture since 1999. Today it is possible to stay overnight in this complex, which has become a hotel, for the price of 1,000 euros per night.

# 5 Villa Leoni by architect Pietro Lingeri on Comacina Island can be rented for 3,000 pr.

Credits villaleoni_lagodicomo IG – Villa Leoni

Villa Leoni on Comacina Island was designed in 1938 byarchitect Pietro Lingeri for the Leoni Malacrida family, owner of a confectionery factory on the west shore of Lake Como. Classified as historical monument from the Ministry of Cultural Heritage on villa is organized in this way: the living room on the ground floor and the bedrooms on the 1st floor face south towards the lake with large windows, the service rooms are distributed on the side facing the mountain. Another characteristic element is the colors: The main facade is made of eggshell-colored stucco, the spruce frames are olive green, the terrace beams are salmon pink and the interior is painted in blue, green and light pink. To rent it one night they earn well 3,000 euros.

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