With its sunken living space, triangular glass walls and open plan, the Pyramid House brings an ancient building form to modern residential architecture. Mexican architect Juan Carlos Ramos designed his Pyramid House for a competition that called for design ideas based on simple geometry, and his subsequent proposal is worthy of a modern-day pharaoh.
There are several levels inside the pyramid containing two bedrooms, a library, kitchen, bathrooms, garage and even a recording studio.
Ramost makes no mention of how much this residence would cost to build.
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