by Jennifer Heyns
If there's one thing that can be expected of good modern architecture, it's that the creations are going to be completely unexpected. The designs of Studio Daniel Libeskind (headquartered in Berlin, Germany with offices also in the United States) are no exception.
Their futuristic signature series, which includes the angular Villa, has many unique features. The greatest of these being the fact that, despite its rich character, it’s a modular home that can be produced and shipped in pieces and assembled on site by a team of experts.
The Villa is nothing like what one would expect of a modular home. It’s modern, full of intriguing lines and shapes, eco-friendly and looks more like a great piece of modern art than a house. But then again, what else would you expect from an architectural firm that designed the Jewish Museum of Berlin (which was actually the inspiration for this creation)?
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