Architecture can sometimes take inspiration from odd places, like a far-away locale, a mathematic equation or — in this case — a work of film. Found along Denmark’s coastline, The Dune House by Viktor Sørless was built to suit a discerning cinephile.
In 2010’s The Ghost Writer, a solitary writer (played by Ewan McGregor) resides in a home overlooking Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusettes. Though the Danish locale is clearly different, the inspiration drawn from the film is apparent — and, in fact, even expanded upon in fantastic fashion. This is thanks to the house’s unique cantilevered design that makes it look almost gravity-defying. Orientated to the cardinal directions, the stone structure also features an elevator vestibule entryway, panoramic windows, and plenty of luxurious interior space. The Dune House is truly a one-of-a-kind residence that we could see making its way into a movie or two itself.