For those uninitiated in modern engineering practices, this 4564 sq. ft. house in Lithuania’s Minija Valley doesn’t look safe, the way the house teeters unsupported, under which is a lighted carport with ample space for two vehicles. Don’t fret—it’s safe, and garnering all sorts of attention on the Interwebs.
The brainchild of the architectural firm Natkevicius & Partners, the Utriai Residence reportedly belongs to a family of three, one of whom is an art college student. Concrete and glass are prominent inside this ultra-modern construct, including panoramic windows in the main living area through which is a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside, although the bathroom with the clear-glass door might be a little too modern for some.