Despite differences in design, most homes are either rectangular or square-shaped, with the occasional circular layout. Constructed by New York-based architectural firm TsAO & McKOWN, the Berkshire Mountain House does not follow any particular geometric shape, instead taking inspiration from the Fibonacci spiral.
Set in a picturesque, rural Massachusetts landscape, the dwelling boasts an unusual, yet brilliantly innovative design. The structure features three distinct levels, each of which spirals toward the highest point. According to the developers, everything in the house is a slow, gradual progression, very much like the Fibonacci series.
The first floor, for instance, houses the incredibly spacious living and dining areas. The upper level, on the other hand, comprises of a cozy bedroom, bathroom and study. The enormous glass windows, lining the structure on all of its sides, help optimize the availability of natural lighting, while also offering breathtaking views of the lush surroundings.
In addition to its spectacularly unique design, the Berkshire Mountain House boasts stunning interior decor. Additionally, it features an array of strikingly unique textures, including wood paneled-walls as well as granite sourced from a nearby quarry.
To learn more about the Berkshire Mountain House, head over to TsAO & McKOWN’s official website.