360 House by Boora Architects
Naturally, a house composed chiefly of glass facades might be known as the “360 House,” but the nickname transcends to so much more. Boora Architects situated the private home on the elegant, ceaselessly beautiful Oregon coastline, incorporating copper, glass, steel and wood to create this playful edifice. The first and uppermost floor is accessible courtesy of a catwalk footbridge, and plays host to the living room, kitchen and dining room, while the below hosts more private desk space, bedrooms and common areas. Enjoy a look through the 360 House above and head here to view more work from Boora Architects.