Whether intended or not, modern architectural buildings like a box-like houses, in a certain sense, influenced art history’s cubism style. Like this modern narrow plot house, the closed outer shell contrasting by center opens up the structure. The exterior has a simple performance look, but this house has attractive geometric lines, sharp edges, and many facades with great perspectives from different angles. This house has a crucial organization element, formed by carving out spacing creation raises external spaces for both floors, connected by a void in the middle. The void and forwarded with a second-floor open terrace giving luminous and strong internal relation between different parts of the house. Dwellers can enjoy various views and perspectives from different angles of the house, giving immense sense to this narrow box residence. In the interior, fluent circulation is made by two stairs and designed by Kurtogpi Architects.
Stylish Cubism House Curve out Organizational Design