Interesting Mirador House by 2.8x Architects

You may find amazing architecture anywhere you go. What about Lima, Peru? In Lima 2.8x Architects designed a simple, but modern piece of architecture called the Mirador House. The project consists of two volumes that contrast each other. A fully transparent volume predominantly glass and metal houses the social housing area allowing a clear view over the city. A second volume contains the most secretive private area of the house. The stone and concrete help to create the counterpart and to demonstrate how the building sits on the hill in a firm transparent allowing the volume to feel like a free-floating element in a more heavy and rocky. Get inspired by the gallery below. Enjoy!

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- by Matt Watts

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