- A man identified as @Folarinn___ on Twitter has shared pictures of his new house under construction
- In the tweet he made on Sunday, August 9, he said the building will be ready by September
- @Folarinn___ calls his architectural masterpiece "my baby" as people congratulated him
Having one's own house is one of the best feelings for many. No wonder a man with the Twitter handle @Folarinn___ shared photos of his new building near completion with excitement.
The house owner said that his building will be ready by September. In a subsequent tweet, he replied to those (contractors) who have been sending bids to him, asking them to forward to his mail.
Many people who reacted to the tweet did not only commend his achievement, they also commented about various parts of the building that wowed them. They asked where they could get the same.
@Folarinn___ attached four pictures that gave a full frontal view of the new building. There are heaps of sand in the first frame, showing that there are still ongoing construction works.
The beauty of the building could arguably compete with historical masterpieces like Barcelona Pavilion in Spain and Villa Savoye in France.
His house follows after modernist architectural designs that dominantly makes use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete.
One of the great fathers of modern architecture, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, would be proud if he were alive to see this. Big congratulations to @Folarinn___.
Below are the ways people reacted:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a man who was only been identified by his Twitter handle @_MrMightyman_, took to the social media platform to gush about owning a house.
He revealed it took him years to build the house and many sacrifices but he is now the proud owner of his own home.
He captioned his post: "I finally built my dream house after years of sacrifices, now I am officially a homeowner."
The post generated over 5200 reactions and South Africans were inspired by his achievement.
Social media user, @MalemelaRR, commented: "Yhoo this is so beautiful."
Another tweep, @DeeMmami, added: "Congratulations. You did what many are still battling with. Thank you for showing us that it is possible."
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