This curved abstract house was designed by Robert Harvey Oshatz Architects in the Portland, Oregon Forests. It belongs to a music lover and therefore was inspired by the flow of music. It fits in very well with the environment as it is mainly made of natural materials. Also, it is reminiscent of a really big tree house because the main level is in the tree roof. The house eludes the mechanics of the camera; It is difficult to grasp how the interior flows out seamlessly. One example is a natural wood ceiling that floats on curved laminated wooden beams and runs through a generous glass wall that surrounds the main living room.