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* Residential Architecture: Black House by DVA ARHITEKTA

Posted by the editors on Thursday, 24 May 2012

Residential Architecture: Black House by DVA ARHITEKTA: “..The volume of the house consists of two elements; the shell and the fragile glass membrane as the core of the house. The shell with its perforations allows framing; reduced views and protection of the transparent core..Between the core and the shell number of atriums are formed, enabling certain functional zones to reach to the outside. “Framed” outside spaces are formed in that way, and they give additional quality and character to the houses; the entrance, the passage to the garden, the wooden- decked terrace of the living room, the private terrace of the master bedroom..Besides the functionality, these spaces have special atmosphere due to relation between the full and the empty, the play of light and shade and the (non)existing line between inner and outer space..”  Despite the somewhat ominous aspect of the exterior finishing, there is ample glazing and natural light, terraces, interesting wood detailing inside and out..

See another home, this time white and with stone, by DVA ARHITEKTA: Residential Architecture: Jelenovac Residence by DVA Arhitekta.

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image: Courtesy of DVA Arhitekta; article: Jett , Megan . “Black House / DVA ARHITEKTA” 10 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/182682&gt;

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