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Stunning Origami House unfolds into Bali’s lush jungle

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 13, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified May 12, 2016

Placed on a plinth, the 450-square-meter Origami House features a long overhanging roof to shield the interior from heavy tropical rain and harsh sun. The steel-framed angular roof is clad in traditional teak wood shingles and allows airflow into the home for natural cooling on hot days. ‘Baligreen,' a type of textured sandstone covers most of the surfaces, while recycled teak wood and ironwood are set into the mirrored stone floors. Related: Green-roofed Casa Magayon is an energy-smart...






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