It's photography, but still amazing! Victor Enrich photographed buildings and impossible constructions, he turned architecture (here from Tel Aviv - Israel) into improbable and surreal shapes through retouching and photo montages.
A Surrealist House Adorned with Lawned Walls and Floating Staircases. Designed by Weichlbauer Ortis Architects, the house’s exterior is covered in a thin veneer of synthetic grass so as to blend the structure into the sloping hill on which it’s perched.
Called "Tree Hopper", the winning project of the Triumph Architectural Treehouse Award presents a mixed structure - built around a tree. Through a spiral staircase, visitors can access the comfortable accommodations that resemble a futuristic beehive.
ACROS Building in Japan - The building features a step-up façade laced with more than plants. The roof is part of a huge 1 million square foot building that features office space, shops, theater and museum. An eco friendly green roof!
Treehouses and houses in trees ranging from faerie fantasy to smooth and futuristic