Ultramodern House Works Despite Small Lot Size


So many ultramodern structures or so free of context their architects can do virtually anything with them – but what do you do when you are confined to a conventional lot size but still want to push the design envelope? This very very modern house by K2LD Architects illustrates the potential of working within a context while creating a building that also doubles as a three-dimensional sculpture.


From each angle, this house is a dynamic composition within its surroundings with views out in each direction and selective areas of opacity between opaque elements. It is modern in its straight lines and fits in with adjacent structures but also manages to have a series of unique elements that call attention to themselves but also create the basis of a broader composition both day and night.


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