631 Mansfield, designed by Amit Apel Design, is anything but a typical house. First, you’re guided through and across the yard to experience the front facade and all of its volumes and architectural details. Once the front door is open, you’ll see that it has an open floor plan but each room is asymmetrical.

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Overall, they kept the color scheme is white, with black contrasting in certain areas of the house. They also incorporated the occasional wood to warm up the space.

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I love this carved out niche right off the kitchen, completely set apart with the black walls. It creates the perfect cozy sitting room.

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

The white kitchen has a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the growing greenery outside. It also keeps the kitchen full of natural light.

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

What’s that you see in the double height corridor? Just a massive suspended tree that brings an unexpected piece of nature to the white space.

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The open staircase frames the levitating tree making for a dramatic moment in the space.

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

The living room opens up to the backyard with pocket doors that disappear into the walls further extending the square footage.

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When you head upstairs, you peep the top of the tree which gets plenty of light, thanks to the skylights and large window panels.

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

Each bedroom upstairs, just like the ground level, has a unique shape to the room.

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

An Unconventional House with an Asymmetrical Floor Plan in main architecture  Category

The pool connects right to the house, extending the asymmetrical spaces to the outdoors.

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