Architect Armin Blasbichler's house in Italy is an adult's playground, with doors inside doors inside doors (just like in Willy Wonka); doors on ceilings and Pantone color swatches arranged as a particularly-colorful stained glass window.

As you can see in the gallery, the exterior of the three century-old house has been decorated with musls, or log stacks, which are apparently very popular in South Tyrol where Blasbichler's home is situated. Check out the gallery for an enviable glance at a very modern home set amongst the Dolomites. [Domestic Sluttery via DesignSponge]