This unique construction located in the city of Lyon, France, is characterized primarily by the cylindrical shape that has used multiple times to make up the structure. In addition, its interior has been decorated in a minimalist style, simple and with an exquisite touch of elegance. The interior is full of light, with rooms that flow and share a space in a completely harmonious and subtle way.

As there are no defined corridors in the interior, the variable heights of the tubes have been used to establish the partition between each space. On the outside, the house looks like a cluster of cylinders that come together to form a wavy and transparent structure. This system of juxtaposition of cylinders allows the house to become larger and to have a fuzzy external delimitation of the house with its context.

It was designed by the architect Cyril Lancelin through its architectural firm Town and Concrete and it is one more sample of its creative, novel, and surprising way of designing.

We cannot but marvel and be amazed by each of his works, in which we can appreciate current and modern designs that show us a different and new aspects of architecture and design.

External view of the singular construction in cylindrical shapes
External view of the singular construction in cylindrical shapes
External view of the singular construction in cylindrical shapes
External view of the singular construction in cylindrical shapes
External view of the singular construction in cylindrical shapes
View of the living room with cylindrical glass walls
View of the living room with cylindrical glass walls
View of the living room with cylindrical glass walls
View of the dining room with cylindrical glass walls
View of the bedroom with cylindrical glass walls