Mahallat Residential Building by CAAT Studio
This house was built for a travertine stone expert and seller. All programs are connected along the soft continues to form to create spatial divisions with a variety of motion throughout the project. Starting at the ground floor from the lobby through the ceiling, internal walls and continues all the way to the rooftop.
The orientation of the geometry to the North provides spectacular angle and rotation to the North facade to create a different perspective to environment whereas the same movements without rotation add a different quality to the South facade. This movement was not only a conceptual movement but also a creative way to utilize the travertine stone as an environmental piece helping us to build a cost-effective and environmentally friendly project.
Photos : Parham Taghioff
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