* Residential Architecture: Kindred House by Anagram Architects
Posted by the editors on Thursday, 19 April 2012
Residential Architecture: Kindred House by Anagram Architects: “.. the design sought to create internal and external residential spaces for [two] families by evolving close and nuanced volumetric relationships between built masses. Three materially diverse, cuboidal volumes are supported on an interlaced, cantilevering structural system in front of a larger monolithic block . Through this, almost “jenga-lke”, arrangement the volumes appear to float between a pergola on the roof and a pool of water at the entrance, held in place by shared spatial relationships..” Superb textural and spatial sensibilities, interior courtyards, terraces, contextual sensibility, passive energy implementations..
image: Courtesy of Anagram Architects; article: King , Victoria . “Kindred House / Anagram Architects” 17 Apr 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/226998>