Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2007
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Interior view of the bathroom.
The design grows in its volume in sync with the natural topography, "warping" inwards while opening towards the Sun and the landscape. The volume is the immediate expression of the internal organization of the house, establishing a promenade from the lowest level -- the street -- onto the highest part of the house -- the studio.
Interior view of the studio capturing its surroundings in a single frame.
In the centre of the ground floor a staircase, illuminated by a wide skylight, leads to the upper floor while cutting the house in two. It thus clearly separates the master bedroom from the other rooms.
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