House in Nikaia by Christina Zerva Architects

The house consists of two cubic forms, a living and a sleeping area, connected by a glass bridge. Steel constructions form the skeleton of the object wrapped by prefabricated organic blocks that act as perfect insulation during warm summers and cold winters typical for this region. Interactions of geometrical shapes, huge volumes and transparent surfaces that offer a great view in Olympus mountain.

See and read more at CONTEMPORIST.

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~ by djtapedek on December 7, 2009.

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