One of the best ways to experience nature is to leave as little imprint on it as you can while you’re in it. Yet, striking that balance between minimalism and comfort is hard to master. Vladimir Konavalov, however, may have figured it out with his Inifinity House.
This brilliant, sparse home located in the mountainous region of Northern Norway is composed of just three self contained sections. First is the living area in the front of the home, second the bedroom, and on top a large infinity pool. It is that pool that accounts for the convex shape of the ceiling that runs from the front of the concrete and glass home to the back. The pool is accessed through an enclosed spiral staircase that splits the water into a longer section for swimming laps, and a jacuzzi for enjoying the views from the top of the home. Yet, the roof of the home doesn’t have a monopoly on the sights. Both the living area of the home and the bedroom offer up beautiful un-interrupted views thanks to the floor to ceiling windows. All things said an eye-popping home in the middle of nowhere.