On top of a hill in Thailand sits the "150M Weekend House," the self-professed 'longest house of the century.' Designed by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates, the project is basically a white cube with a 36-foot-wide, 492-foot-long appendage. It's a modern abode that's been pulled like taffy, allowing for six bedrooms, service quarters, a gym, and a prodigal terrace with objectively spectacular panoramic views of the Khao Yai forest. Another cool thing about owning the longest house around? Why, a lap-pool on the roof, of course! Check out the floorplan and take a five-minute video tour of the property below.
· The 150-Meter Weekend House by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates [Arch Daily]
· Shinichi Ogawa & Associates 150M WEEKEND HOUSE [YouTube]