SOCIAL HOUSING 03

The housing building is conceived as a new individual, unique place. The occupation of the fixed and variable elements of the dwelling equation are moved to the periphery of the luminous dwelling itself, becoming wall. Limiting an exterior place from a distinct and variable inner space, the room-wall is enveloped by a Loosian façade, where the windows are not to look through but to introduce light and fresh air. The interior, consequence of the variable periphery, becomes a space that occupies the interior nucleus of the house.

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