In Austin, Texas, this house signed by the architects of Bercy Chen Studio LP crosses volumes and styles. 2 welcoming families, it consists of two buildings connected by a glass walkway.
On this project, the agency says Bercy Chen Studio LP:
"The house was built for two families in Austin and The Therefore is split into two living areas. The house Consists of two pavilions connected by a glass hallway.
The design Was Greatly Influenced by different regions and cultures. Both the use of the roof as an outdoor living space and the shading devices are derived from Moorish architecture. The body of water and the spatial continuity entre inside and outside Was inspired by Asian architecture. while the structural transparency of the volumes and the minimalist look of the interior Was derived from Japanese pavilions.
The house is constructed of a modular steel frame. The frame is infilled with prefab panels to minimize building Thermasteel On-Site waste. The structural frame is exposed, showing the building process and articulating the house's facades. The repetitive modular method, as well as the prefabrication allowed for Greater efficiency During construction. "
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For more information, visit the website Bercy Chen Studio LP.