Posted: 09 Mar 2011 12:09 PM PST
Okay, here is something you don’t see every day. The Hemeroscopium House by Ensamble Studios pushes the limits on what prefab architecture can be. The house is built from three giant concret I-beams, two concret segments of an irrigation canal and two steel girders, all anchored by a 20-ton granite slab. The entire structure took about an year to engineer but only about a week to build.
So, why ‘Hemeroscopium’?
We would *love* to get a view from that top pool!
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