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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. This is

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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