Barcodes are common in grocery stores for grocery items but not for a house like the Barcode House by David Jameson Architect. Well, you have read it right. The Barcode House has just finished and when you look at the photos attached, it looks really awesome and refreshing.
Designed in accordance to the client’s desire for transparent living space, the Barcode House has glass walls and structural steel rods that creates the barcode look are aligned within the glass window wall and the datum lines of the house’s neighboring building elevations. Aside from that, the Barcode House is also filled with elegant furniture pieces and interior designs, which add up to the beauty this unique house has.