A rendering of—not the built version of—Hand House, the brainchild of Greek architecture firm Angelidakis Studio. According to Andrea Angelidakis’s blog—whose tag lins is “ARCHITECTURE ART BUILDINGS BUT ALSO PEOPLE AND CLOTHES AND MUSIC AND BEACHES AND MOUNTAINS AND CLOUDS”—the house “attempts to sum up a portrait of Los Angeles as a city of infrastructural crisis, impending disaster and celebrity paranoia.”

Handy House the Handiwork of Some Forward-Thinking Architects - That’s Rather Ridiculous - Curbed National

A rendering of—not the built version of—Hand House, the brainchild of Greek architecture firm Angelidakis Studio. According to Andrea Angelidakis’s blog—whose tag lins is “ARCHITECTURE ART BUILDINGS BUT ALSO PEOPLE AND CLOTHES AND MUSIC AND BEACHES AND MOUNTAINS AND CLOUDS”—the house “attempts to sum up a portrait of Los Angeles as a city of infrastructural crisis, impending disaster and celebrity paranoia.”

Handy House the Handiwork of Some Forward-Thinking Architects - That’s Rather Ridiculous - Curbed National