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Earth House Project: The Home Built Into the Ground

2 June 2015

Earth House Project: The Home Built Into the Ground

We’ve seen our fair share of unconventional architectural displays, but this home left us speechless.

Named the Earth House, this place literally collides with its surroundings, which is kind of why they picked that name in the first place.

Designed by Molos Group, this house features a contemporary design and architecture, and it’s mostly based on asymmetrical lines, which don’t get me wrong, give a special look to the house.

The relationship between nature and this simply beautiful modern space is just a delight to our eyes.

“The position of the house is in the midst of nature, far away the busy streets of Tirana. The house was projected that way, to be by all means in touch with nature, because we believe that the beauty in architecture is a reflection of the beauty of nature.” – the guys from Molos Group explain.

But wait until you see the entryway, which is basically a pathway over the water. Yet another element contributing to the uniqueness of the Earth House.

So when it comes to building something absolutely amazing, you now know that you can count on the Molos Group, because they seem to deliver some breathtaking projects.

Now, you don’t really have to take my word for it, because I’m sure the pictures you’re about to see, speak for themselves.

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Just imagine living here, it’s like you’re home, and in the nature in the same time. I bet that’s a new feeling worth exploring.

So what do you think, is this place a little piece of heaven or not?

If you’re a design and architecture enthusiast, and would like to see more awesome houses, you can always browse our Luxury Homes page, and who know, maybe you end up living in a place like this at one point.

Images via molosgroup.com