Mexican artist pops a bizarre thatched observatory on a house in Rotterdam
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The heptagonal structure is located on the roof terrace of the Sonneveld House in Rotterdam, designed by Dutch firm Brinkman & Van der Vlugt in the 1930s. It references traditional Dutch farmhouses and contrasts the white walls and functionalist of the building. It is meant to become a space for contemplation. Related: 8 Amazing Hidden Rooftop Houses You’ve Probably Never Noticed in New York City "Borja considers his observatory to be a space for contemplation, an abstract space where...