Concrete ribbons define this unusual concept house’s architecture

We are all dreaming of vacations and making post-quarantine bucket lists. Where I live right now it is extremely hot and humid, so all I want is to go and live in a big house in the mountains for a while once the pandemic ends. The digital artists at TABARQ have breathed life into my vision with their DESI House and I have never seen a house that looks like the result of architectural quilling.

The conceptual DESI House is imagined to be set in the serene Austrian Alps with expansive windows that truly add another dimension to the panoramic views. What stands out is the shape of its exterior, it looks like someone rolled a sheet of concrete around a pencil for a crafts class! There seems to be a main tall cylindrical structure with a shorter one enveloping it and “rays” moving from there in different directions that probably divide the mansion into different wings. The detailed 3D renderings show the luxurious features of the house like the infinity lap pool with a jacuzzi and a local vegetation garden that makes the roof come alive – literally. Even the sweeping windows arent in any primary shape form, they look like someone erased the concrete with strokes of a brush to reveal the Alps. The concrete is paired well with the wooden interior which is, of course, subject to change based on the imaginary residents of this house.

Can’t help but think of the beautiful drive that will lead to this manor. Pinning it to my dream house list!

Designer: TABARQ