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The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: Jellyfish House

Constructed on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, this white concrete house is the ultimate summer home. See why, here

Despite its name, there’s no jellyfish here, and the three-story building is far from what anyone could call cushiony. The owner originally requested a tank full of the sea creatures for his family’s vacation home in Marbella, Spain—the end result, sans jellyfish, is quite stunning. The architect, Wiel Arets, designed the gorgeous glass-and-concrete house around a swimming pool cantilevering from the roof over the patio, complete with an infinity edge to blend into the Mediterranean. More info and photos here.



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