Cube House is a simple block-shaped building created from precast concrete blockwork, and designed by German architect Simon Ungers.
The residence is located within a secluded area of upstate New York. Its monolithic form and lack of ornament challenges the distinction between sculpture and utility.
An apparently random pattern of windows punctuates the facade, contrasting with the regularity of the buildings form. Remarkable metal staircase runs up the side of the building and allows the uncovered roof terrace to be accessed from either the ground-floor patio or the first floor.