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1532 House by Fougeron Architecture

Fougeron Architecture have designed the 1532 House in San Francisco, California. Description This San Francisco residence and studio, infilled on a twenty-five-foot-wide lot, reverses the reading of the city’s Victorian houses with a completely porous front facade. Its broad bay window intentionally invites passersby to look into the street-facing painter’s studio and beyond the sight line continuing through the studio and the three-story home in the rear to the backyard. Open slats replace siding, breaking the street wall while subtly echoing its rhythm. The design incorporates two sectional moves. A horizontal one introduces a courtyard between the front and rear structures; a vertical one brings the ground floor, which includes the garage and bedrooms, down to street level. These two design elements create a powerful interplay between inside and out and between different levels of the house and studio. Light and transparency shape dramatic interior and exterior spaces. T

Bohema Restaurant by DesignBureau

DesignBureau have designed the Bohema Restaurant in Tbilisi, Georgia. Design: DesignBureau

Andrei Belichenko - Arte

Recojo una muestra de las obras de " Andrei Belichenko ", si te gustan y quieres ver más pásate por su web.

More Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

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