Friday, 27 May 2011

Endless House - Frederick Kiesler

"Imagine a voluptuously shaped, womb-like house on stilts, with curved walls indistinguishable from floors and ceilings; with sand, pebble, wood, grass and tile floors; with bathing pools instead of baths; with coloured lenses and mirrors bringing light into organically shaped rooms. This was Frederick Kiesler's 1959 vision of the Endless House, never built - it was far too surreal for that - yet worked on in intriguing drawings until the architect's death in 1965. It remains a house of endless speculation and possibilities." Jonathan Glancey

1 comment:

  1. Hi, I run a page about geometry and architecture and I would like to use your pictures (the first and the last), is it possible? Please mail me at .

    Thank you very much,
    Vladmir Sicca