Sometimes architects like to push the envelope when it comes to designing and create one-of-a-kind structures that are not only unique, but unconventional. Architectural Digest recently featured “Homes That Defy Convention” and as you can see these structures below demonstrates architecture that tends to follow the form over function approach.

Architectural Digest: Architect Bart Prince aimed for a “sense of excitement” in the Columbus, Ohio, house he designed for Steve Skilken.

Architectural Digest: Klaus and Ulla Neugebauer looked to Richard Meier for the design of their waterfront house in Naples, Florida.

Architectural Digest: The geometric solids that make up architect Preston T. Phillip’s Bridgehampton, New York, residential compound

Architectural Digest: Wallace E. Cunningham, assisted by Guy West, created a 10,000-square-foot residence near San Diego with “structural fin walls that provide a sculptural statement and act as a louvered privacy screen”

Architectural Digest: Architect Bart Prince conceived an elevated structure for a client outside Albuquerque, New Mexico.

What do you think of these homes?

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