Fit for a 21st Century pharaoh: The pyramid house
These stunning pictures show one Mexican architect’s unconventional design of a house shaped like a pyramid.
Juan Carlos Ramos spent months planning the layout and look of the house as part of an architectural competition.
The home would let you live like a pharaoh across the three floors of residential space and is designed to be built as a countryside hideaway.
Other than a transparent glass facade on one of its four sides, the house also has smaller openings cut into it for windows, balconies and even a garage.
It’s also furnished with a spacious 10-seater dinner table and has a spiral staircase running through the core of the building.
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