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 OpenBuildings 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.
OpenBuildings is a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of contemporary and conceptual architecture from around the world that exists as a website and application for iPhone, and recently - Android, which enable users to find, learn about and share nearby buildings of architectural merit.
  • Mizael Longuini de Morais

    Cantilevers are amazing.