The appeal of gingerbread houses—as we understand it—is that they are little houses that you would like to eat. The appeal of sculptor Urs Fischer's Bread House, then, currently on display at La Triennale di Milano museum in Italy, is something different, because we definitely do not want to eat that bread. It is covered in glue and filled with nails and looks extremely stale, which, as any bread connoisseur can tell you, are three major no-nos when it comes to bread. It is appealing for different reasons, though, the main one being: Hey, look a whole house made out of bread!
· This entire house is built from loaves of bread! [Inhabitat]