House for a Photographer near Brittany, France by Studio Razavi architecture
The characterizing idea for this house, appointed by a picture taker as both his late spring house and studio, depended on created exterior studies which characterize a basic and smooth building skin shifted in stature and punctured by openings.
Two volumes characterize the fundamental living and work spaces, both meet toward the North corner arranging for however much space as could be expected on this little part and turning all window openings to face South and West. The principle space is compacted at the passage and discharges up towards the scene, the fan formed arrangement bit by bit gives more floor region, volume and light. The second volume is only committed to the proprietor’s studio. All rooms and bathrooms are lessened to an absolute minimum and give most extreme surface zone to living and work spaces.
The differing points at building edges offer a progression of changing volumetric and viewpoint encounters as in the south veneer appearing as a solitary vertical plane, while all others are escaped perspective. Correspondingly, an open point on the primary passageway routs regular viewpoint to make a dream of parallel walls.
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