Tiny House V is a charming retreat in Costa Rica inspired by vernacular architecture
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The architects made a conscious effort to assume an informal attitude in designing the house and keep the qualities of traditional architecture of La Vega area in Costa Rica. The house aims to capture the naiveté of vernacular structures. It has a simple double faceted roof with gates of overlapping slats that control natural light reaching the interior. Instead of using extensive glass, the team opted for creating an atmosphere dominated by half-light. Related: OBRA’s Villa OSA in Costa...