Sure, we gaze at smaller modern homes with awe. They often sport an open great room, bedroom and expansive views. These places feel terrific!
Even located in a rock quarry, one modern home shines. Hungarian architects Attila Béres and Jusztina Balázs spent three years building their dream home, which received an architecture award.
Yet this Hungarian home looks more like modern art than a home. What do you think? Would you live here?
A rectangular modern, with birch siding and nice glass windows, is sited on an old quarry hillside. (Hideg House)
The breezeway runs between the guest quarters and main home, highlighting the unusual view. (Hideg House)
It’s a gorgeous evening behind the well-lit house, which abuts the rock quarry. (Hideg House)
This white great room offers space to sit, cook and dine. Black appliances and chair backs create nice contrast. (Hideg House)
The spa bath is placed symmetrically in the enclosure, with warm colors that create a peaceful escape. (Hideg House)