Piet Bloom’s Cube houses were created for high-density areas in the Netherlands, and can be found in Rotterdam and Helmond. Their collective design references a forest and each individual building depicts a single tree. A narrow trunk supports the building’s voluminous top and the cubes are tilted and rest on concrete hexagon-columns.
When looking at a Cube house it’s easy to imagine that the interior is like a fun house with slanted floors and angular doors. However, there are three floors: the triangular-bottom room that includes a living room and kitchen, the middle room with bedrooms and bathrooms and the top room could serve as a den, study or extra bedroom. The angled windows set into the wall not only let in the natural light, but also provide a great view!