Noe Hilltop

Perched on a steep hillside site above the city, this complete rebuild of a 1930s cottage takes inspiration from the "floating" Case Study houses of Koenig. The use of a variety of increasingly lighter architectural elements establishes a sequence of movement from earth to sky. Atypically wide, the project utilizes a central sky-lit stair hall combined with a glass bridge to bring light deep into the center of the house and to ultimately lead users to panoramic city views.
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“外觀” — 二昌盛二設計工程
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“Treppe” — samach
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“Mount to a wood slat wall?” — c_barnes
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“glass hallway” — Raelistic Artistic - Painting & Design
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“Fireplace” — AMR Design
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“fun” — svoelz
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“stair colour combination” — softlimits
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“see trim” — mrgerardmartin
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