10 Inspired Cantilever Homes

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This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings & sister site www.clippings.com! Below you will see thematic selections of inspirational architecture & design, which might help you start your very own design project and get matched with design professionals.

Cantilevers are a clever way around restricted footprints and building on steep terrains. They also come in extremely handy whenever a good panorama needs to be captured. The resulting buildings are both visually and spatially exciting – almost surreal structures of excitingly frail equilibrium.

Correia / Ragazzi: Casa no Geres

image: Correia / Ragazzi

Jackson Clements Burrows Architects: Tree House

image: John Gollings

Jakob Bader Architecture: House V

image: Kai Arndt

G.Natkevicius & Partners: Utriuose

image: R.Urbakavičiaus

MVRDV: Balancing Barn

image: Edmund Sumner

Cadaval & Solà-Morales : TDA House

image: Santiago Garcés

A.L.X.: On the Cherry Blossom House

image: Kouichi Torimura

Xpiral: Torreaguera Atresados House

image: David Frutos

Vertice Architects: The Casa PLaya Las Lomas

image: Vertice Architects

Jackson Clements Burrows Architects: Cape Schanck House

image: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

 

Antonina is an architect who has recently joined the <a href="http://openbuildings.com/">OpenBuildings</a> team to take over Community Outreach. Believes in interdisciplinary approach to architecture and everything else, fascinated by Japanese and Dutch design, typography and all things inspired.<br /> <a href="http://openbuildings.com/">OpenBuildings</a> is a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of contemporary and conceptual architecture from around the world that exists as a website and <a href="http://itunes.apple.com/bg/app/buildings/id374825541?mt=8">application for iPhone</a>, and recently - <a href="https://market.android.com/details?id=com.openbuildings.buildings">Android</a>, which enable users to find, learn about and share nearby buildings of architectural merit.
  • Mizael Longuini de Morais

    Cantilevers are amazing.