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Seven House by Pierre Minassian

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:25 AM
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by Tyler last modified Mar 04, 2011

Pierre Minassian is part of a group that goes by the name of Architectes Urbanistes. This group also includes Edouard Minassian, Yves Duvernois and Gilles Peillon. I have mentioned their Maison Biscuit project here. The inside out feel of this home is executed so well. A few design elements that caught my attention was [...]




 

 

Pierre Minassian is part of a group that goes by the name of Architectes Urbanistes. This group also includes Edouard Minassian, Yves Duvernois and Gilles Peillon. I have mentioned their Maison Biscuit project here. The inside out feel of this home is executed so well. A few design elements that caught my attention was first, that killer pool and not to mention that over sized painting, it seems to be keeping an eye on things. More after the jump

Seven House is a home made only with raw materials: raw concrete, Corten steel (used for directional signs on the floor), glass and wood. It is made “as an envelope of insulating concrete core of life open to the garden.” This notion of openness is desired by the architect as “the bridge to nowhere, which crosses the net to stay to stop the glass as a pattern.” For Pierre Minassian, “architecture is the relationship that develops between conflict and relational goods. The work of the architect is to determine the need for this relationship and establish its purpose. ”

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modern house interior design plastolux

modern house interior design plastolux

modern house interior design plastolux

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