Published: Friday, August 10, 2007
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View from the street.
"The design depicts the house as both an object and residential building. Solid wood planks are used for the outer walls to form a continuous unit. Roof eaves, drains, chimney or canopy have been abandoned."
[Left] Detail of the building corner [Right] The window are set flush with the facade.
"The windows and doors are set flush with the outside wall and positioned according to the requirements of the inside. The house looks like a minimalist volume, compact and heavy, from which the interior has been peeled out and covered on the outside with surfaces of various materials that in their form and arrangement inspire an incomparable observation."
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