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Rooftop pools are nothing new, but rarely do you see one actually double as the roof, that is unless…you’re talking about Antireality’s Summer House concept. This triangular 914-square-foot living space is located on a rocky coastline and balanced on a massive boulder, complete with floor-to-ceiling glazing, along with three timber cylinders that create individual rooms. Read more for additional pictures and information.
“To mimic the gradual slope on the home’s lower level, an inverted roof structure denotes the ceiling of the space — although, atop the home, a body of water only accessible via ladder serves to both entertain and enamor, gifting denizens with a superb swimming area that overlooks the surrounding landscape,” reports HiConsumption.