5 Organic-Inspired Home Exterior Designs In Asymmetrical Form

There are a lot of ways to create an environmentally friendly home by using organic materials. For your home exterior, wood or bamboo is a great choice to create an eye-catching and natural look.

Here are organic-inspired home designs in asymmetrical form with a unique look.

1. Naremburn House by Bijl Architecture

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An organic-inspired home design in asymmetrical form can be seen in Naremburn House by Bijl Architecture. The asymmetrical form comes from the shape of this house’s traditional roof. Wood is the organic material that is used to beautify its exterior.

Photographer: Katherine Lu

 

2. Morro Chico Ranch by Richter Dahl Rocha Architectes

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Morro Chico Ranch by Richter Dahl Rocha Architectes also has an organic-inspired home design in the asymmetrical form to inspire you. Its roof form is unique while wood is an organic material used for building sustainable construction and traditional architecture.

Photographer: Javier Agustin Rojas

 

3. 30th Street House by Blue Truck Studio

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30th Street House by Blue Truck Studio is a summer house with organic-inspired home design. The roof is designed in asymmetrical form while the organic element comes from the wooden material.

Photographer: Gregg Segal

 

4. Alt 1374 – Nax by Lx1 Architecture

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Located in Switzerland, Alt 1374 – Nax by Lx1 Architecture is a project of apartments and medical facilities that has an organic-inspired home design. The exterior is made full of wood while the asymmetric form can be seen from its wall and roof shape.

Photography: Lx1 Architecture

 

5. Clutch West by Costa Brown Architecture

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Clutch West by Costa Brown Architecture offers a unique home exterior design. The prefabricated paneled wood is used to beautify the exterior while its asymmetric form can catch passer-by’s attention.

Photography: Costa Brown Architecture

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