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Published: Friday, April 20, 2007

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A small house originally used to store garden tools is creatively transformed into a cozy residential unit for a single family in this design by Tomorrow architects.

By: TOMORROW architects

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View into the house from the wooden terrace.

The floor plate of the house was doubled by creating a wooden terrace in front of the house to provide a larger usable area for the summer time. The facade was opened onto the garden using a sliding glass window that connects the interiors and the exteriors into one space.

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The house opens into a large wooden terrace providing access to the facing garden.

The bathroom and toilet were placed in the middle of the apartment in order to create two independent spaces for the couple and the teenager. Spaces are opened to the maximum on each side of the bathroom. The parent's studio is marked with a wooden semi open wall which separates the living and sleeping areas placed on a wooden podium.

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