Italian designer and architect Duilio Forte designed and built his own house: a suspended folly, made in wood, that floats over the periphery of Milan. As other artists and architects before him, Forte overlaps life and creative work, generating a visionary and fascinating set of works, which are slowly and progressively morphing, adapting themselves to time and change. As Forte stated his house is "more similar to a bird's nest than a cold concrete box."
Link | Artist's website
From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by abitare magazine.