In the heart of Transylvania, where modernity and history harmonize, The House Without Corners stands as a symbol of innovation in architectural design. Situated in the Andrei Mureșanu area of Cluj-Napoca, it is not merely a residence but a tribute to nature and a form of fluid living.

     Conceived and constructed by architect Costin Iancu Laurean, The House Without Corners captures the essence of Antoni Gaudi’s distinctive style and weaves it with the curved beauty of Art Nouveau. The house is not just a habitable structure; it is a dwelling where form is free to unfold, unrestricted by the rigidity of right angles.

     The architecture of the house reflects an organic approach, with all lines and curves designed to evoke natural flows, such as the ripple and twist of tree leaves or the sinuous curves of a river. In this architectural canvas, each element has a purpose, each detail tells a story, and each angle transforms into a curve that induces a dream.

     The exterior walls of the house are adorned with Sgraffito, an ancient technique paying homage to craftsmanship: the three overlapping layers not only add visual depth but also confess a dedication to the art of subtle details. Sgraffito is not just a decorative technique but a dialogue between the architect and the material, where each groove carved into the plaster becomes part of a larger story.

     The House Without Corners is not just a building; it is an experience, a way of living and feeling. Through every design element, residents and visitors are taken on a sensory journey, discovering the joy of flowing and merging spaces and feeling part of a whole that is both a part of themselves and a part of the external world.

     They enter a space where art and functionality blend, where tradition and innovation merge, and where architecture breathes life into every corner of nature. The House Without Corners is not just a home; it is a story written in the language of design, an open invitation to a dialogue between humans, art, and nature.