Context #2: I have always had a weird dream of living in a circular house. When I was a kid, I would imagine it all the time. I have no idea why, I cannot explain the logic to it. It doesn't make a lot of sense because you get a lot of awkwardly-shaped rooms and kind of waste a bunch of space. But I would draw floor plans of what my circular house would look like all the time.
Then I came across this, a $950K rotating dome house, 90 minutes outside of New York City. It's beautiful. It's way better than anything I designed as a kid (surprise, right?). The exposed wood beams are gorgeous. And it's on the edge of a nature preserve. And it costs less than the average Vancouver home! Ugh. I want to live there. Except I want to live there, but here. Transplant what is there over to here. Can I do that? Let's do that. Oh wait, can I also have $950K to buy it? Thanks.
|Photo by Douglas Elliman
Via Curbed. (Go there for more amazing photos!)