We’ve seen our fair share of houses designed to replicate other famous symbols, but nothing like the series of houses that Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse Studio designed to replicate the iconic logos of famous brands. For this particular project, Wamhouse took the iconic logos of Mitsubishi, adidas, Chevrolet and Renault and converted them into three-dimensional, livable spaces dubbed the trihouse, crosshouse, rhombhouse and pyrahouse. Each one of the unique houses will theoretically be built with plenty of concrete, exposed glass and enough natural light to make any green-thumb resident happy. While each of the options is only concept at this point, we can only imagine the kind of fun, functional and livable space that would be possible if any of these concepts were actually to be produced. It’s also not a huge leap to think the brands involved would shoulder some of the construction build costs if you actually chose to have one of these concepts made. In the meantime, we’ll all just dream about living in a house made in the shape of an iconic logo.
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