From a distance, you would think the Utriai Residence is crushing the cars underneath it. But it’s really an example of the brilliant guys at the Architectural Bureau G. Natkevicius & Partners design which is a house built with an open space under it’s slightly risen frame to hold space for two cars. The home was constructed on a hilly slope of the Minija valley in Lithuania for a family of three.

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