vendredi 4 août 2017

Modular Cylinder House weaves its way through a forest in France

The unique Cylinder House in Lyon, France, takes modular architecture to the next level. Cyril Lancelin, French architect and founder of creative studio Town and Concrete, imagined the house as a large cluster of glass tubes that utilize height differences to create an undulating roof surface and create a space that can grow without disrupting its wooded surroundings. The architects used a system of cylinder juxtaposition to allow future extensions of the house, but also meander around trees to...

from Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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