Pre-crafted house combines airplane manufacturing and a distinct form to fit anywhere

If you happened upon this house you might mistake it for a flying saucer, rather than cutting-edge architecture. The Nest Pod is an elliptical structure with glass walls and a tiny footprint, designed to fit into the landscape anywhere in the world.

With two bedrooms and two open public areas, the home is prefabricated using construction techniques more common in car or airplane manufacture, then assembled on site. It’s the latest offering from Revolution Precrafted, a collection of homes and pavilions designed by internationally known artists, designers and architects to bring innovative buildings to all parts of the world.

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