OPA designs interior of Californian home to resemble clouds

Plump white walls and undulating ceilings can be found inside this house near San Francisco, which has been updated by design studio OPA to feature cloud-like forms.

The owners of the three-floor home recruited OPA to create interiors that could provide “a release from the conformity of the outside world”.

This prompted the local studio to incorporate a series of unusual, billowing forms into the rooms, giving the project its nickname Softie.

Softie features cloud-shaped interventions on the interior (top) and exterior (above)

“Why can’t architecture be more like nature, changeable, varied and uninhibited,” questioned the studio, which is led by

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