Published: Sunday, December 14, 2008
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View of the southeast facade.
Words from the architect
The house rises on the mountainside and is surrounded by a forest. Six skipping floors are planned alongside the slope. Each floor is designed to be homogenous with the rest of the structure. Only the position of the windows modifies the space. The atmosphere in the house changes as you move from floor to floor, the experience being unique every time -- owing to a changing surrounding environment.
View from living room.
View of dining room and bedroom from living room.
View of living room and bathroom from bedroom.
View from bathroom.
View of bathroom and Doma from children’s room.
View from Doma.
View of the south facade.
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