Two eloquent, L shaped concrete containers that depend on each other in order to live individually. Each house complements its neighbour to configure the central patio and to have intimacy at the same time. The houses live inside from the outside. The concrete containers shape both patios in a sequence descending on the terrain. The inner and the outer spaces merge and acquire the same spatial value.
The house lives inside from the outside. The concrete containers make the patios in a sequence descending on the terrain, the inside and the outside fuse and have the same spatial value.
The concrete shell contains all dry wall or wood walls and the houses are like a piece of luggage, hard on the outside and soft in the inside to let the changes in the family transform the space inside.
designed by: MGP Architecture