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The ground floor is an amorphous open space for various activities

The sloping roofs and dormer windows on the third floor are reminiscent of a Parisian attic.

Mesh cut-outs on the attic floor let light and air flow through the different levels

Walls and stairs are kept simple with the use of concrete.

The tall and curvy ceiling allows for light and air to flow between the upper levels

Vertically laid exposed bricks give the rooms a medieval, castlelike flavour

The house keeps to the street scale and is non-descript from the outside.

More Than Meets The Eye

This nondescript home comes with surprises on the inside.
May 24, 2019 5:50 AM

IF YOU ARE unfamiliar with the works of Linghao Architects, the first thing you need to know is that they may not wow you on first sight. Such as the House between a Tree and a Drain – which is not only an unglamorous name, the tree isn’t there anymore, either.

Rather, the magic is in

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