Modern Country House Suitable For Any Landscape
This modern house called 47 ° 40'48 "n/13 ° 8'12" E, denies any apparent relationship with the landscape, but ultimately adapt to it. The country is very simple and well done, making the building able to fit into the slot. This modern property consists of two masive concrete slabs, placed above and below a glass. Inside, there are nine wooden structures establishing a clear demarcation lines within the glass box. What is the result is the ability to create infinite configurations inside. The relationship between the small spaces within the home are more important than what could be simultaneous actions that take place instead. Currently, this building is situated on a gently sloping meadow, complementing the landscape when seen from inside and outside the home.
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