Yesterday, I posted a bizarre Octagonal Carriage House in Hoboken — today, I'm stepping it up with a polyhedron garden house on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia.
Really an "outside room" the detached polyhedron and teak deck are in the backgarden of a larger house. Architect Manuel Villa designed the geometric structure as a daytime escape — the primarily pine structure features windows for light and ventilation, a domed skylight, desk and sofa.
You can see more pictures and architectural drawings on ArchDaily's sister site: Plataforma Arquitectura | Poliedro Habitable / Manuel Villa.
(Images: Manuel Villa, Sergio Gomez)