It may look like a prototype for NiteOwl's Owlship invaded by some alien organism, but architect Robert Bruno's 100-ton steel house is the result of his vision and tenacity in making that vision come true.

Constructed without a pre-determined endpoint over thirty years - and still, officially, incomplete - Bruno's Lubbock, TX, home is made of steel plates that Bruno has added to the structure over the years, organically adding to and recreating his home as well as creating something that's as much art object as living space.

Stunning Steel House Made by One Industrious Individual [Dornob]