Seattle-based Hutchison & Maul Architecture has designed these two holy homes. Hole House #1 and Hole House #2 sure seem unassuming enough, but from concept to execution, you’ve never seen anything like this! “The Hole House projects utilized the act of demolition to explore the qualities of light,” according to the architects. On paper, Hole House #1 was as simple as drilling some holes into the facade of an old farmhouse doomed for demolition. Hole House #2 is an evolution of its predecessor. “As an added feature, we stuffed some of the holes with colored acrylic rods,” says the architect. “We then had a big party, and demolished the building the next day.” Check out these two cool house designs below. For more information visit Hutchison & Maul Architecture.
Hole House #1
Hole House #2