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Origami, in which people live

Attractive architecture of residential buildings isthe opportunity not only to raise prices for a particular condominium, but also to attract investments in the quarter itself. Let's see how coped with this task in Toulouse Architects from the studio Agence Bernard Bühler built in Toulouse original residential complex called "Origami". All the facades of the buildings are decorated with decorative screens made of wooden slats, which outwardly resemble origami. And they protect the apartment from too bright light. The complex includes two detachedbuildings with a total area of ​​1900 sq. m. They have 47 apartments, and all have a different layout. The northern side of the houses is a monolith, painted in bright yellow, and on the southern and eastern sides there are large balconies that protrude from the structure by 1.5 m.In addition to screens from too bright sun, residents are closed with colored glass blinds, they are on each loggia ... The entire project cost the authors 4 million euros.

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