The location of this work is a dense area of housing. As the environment is surrounded by homes, there is a good view, thus making the windows are raised anywhere. However, it should ensure privacy, bring sunlight and wind, with the aim of having a sunny and open house. To ensure an open house and private time. He set the house far from the neighboring houses. However the home of the feeling of life and warmth through its interior lighting.
Inside the house, have small windows on the wall, through which sunlight enters the rooms and makes a forest through the trees. If a quiet day, the windows are capable of producing a good vented to the existing temperature. hat makes it much more comfortable space and ecological time.
The fragmented view of the small window causes the shape of the neighbors’ houses to pass unnoticed. At night, the lights of the small windows gently illuminate the ways of the house. Thick walls where the small windows, generate the boundary between exterior and interior, as in the boundary between the rest of the city and home.
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