Cantilevered concrete slabs, commercial windows and counters containing aquarium aggregate are a few features of a unique cool space in Hamburg Twp. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Construction of a one-of-a-kind home on Strawberry Lake in Hamburg Township turned into a neighborhood spectacle.  A 20-ton crane lifted huge hollow concrete slabs, like those found in parking lots, about a hundred feet into the air over neighbors’ trees.  “We had neighbors bring out lawn chairs and watch to see what would happen,” homeowner Brenda Vidovic said.  Her husband Al Vidovic built the unusual home out of mostly commercial materials, like concrete, glass and steel, with help from Okemos architect Jim Gibbs. It took more than two years to build on a narrow lot on Bob White Beach Boulevard fronting the lake.  The first and second floors were created from the large slabs and high-tension cable, including patios and balconies.  “Another unique thing, we don’t have internal load-bearing walls, just two walls … and load-bearing steel poles,” Al Vidovic said...