Ever wondered how it feels like to be a mouse trapped inside a mouse-trap? Step inside this home that derives its influences from the box-and-stick mouse trap. Designed by Laboratoriode Arquitectura, the house isn’t very large and isn’t as claustrophobic as a mouse-trap either. Measuring 100 square meters in size, this house is located in Paraguay and also sports a cantilevered loft section.
The house has a windowless steel top and the entire home opens up when the owner wishes it to. While away, the home slips back to the ground, with the steel frame outside securing the insides from vandals and thieves. While the house may look like nothing more than a man-sized trap, it does open up more to the world outside than a regular home!
[Via - Dornob]