These Houses Are Designed In The Shape Of Famous Logos

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Architects never seize to surprise us with their intricate and innovative designs. Some showcase their ingenuity by creating unique functionalities in the houses they design, others demonstrate never-seen-before exteriors. Recently, architect Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse studio demonstrated unusual house designs after finding inspiration in an unexpected place — logos of famous brands. Logos, usually being simplistic yet novel, turned out to be the perfect reference to outstanding architecture.

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The architect’s project containing some of the well-known logos comprises the trihouse, crosshouse, rhombhouse and pyrahouse. The created designs give a brand new look to the symbols that represent the brands.

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One of the houses, called trihouse takes a form of triangle and resembles the Adidas logo. The design of the house is completed with three oblique concrete walls separated by large glass panels.

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Image credits: Wamhouse

The second house of the project is called crosshouse. This house takes the shape that resembles a cross and has a huge main facade made out of glass.

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The third design is called a rhombhouse. The large diamond-shaped structure has an element of glazing in the middle which allows seeing through the whole building.

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The pyrahouse, fourth design of the series, resembles a pyramid. The house includes a pair of triangle-shaped windows that open the view inside the house.

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Some other works of Karina Wiciak include a penthouse which resembles the contours of a mountain. The 1528 ft2 (142 m2) house demonstrates the mesmerizing pentagonal geometry.

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Image credits: Wamhouse

She has also created a stunning greenhouse, which is a modern cottage inspired by traditional barn architecture.

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Image credits: Wamhouse

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