Atlanta Falcon’s New Stadium Uses Kinetic Architecture To Retract Rose Petal Roof

August 26, 2014 by  
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Incredibly Skinny Sliver House Slips Into a Lot As Narrow As Ten Feet Across

August 26, 2014 by  
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Skinny leftover spaces between buildings often don’t become more than alleyways, but Boyarsky Murphy Architects managed to turn one challengingly narrow lot into the site of a four story house. Located between two terraced houses in West London, the appropriately named Sliver House has a front facade that measures less than ten feet. To make the narrow house seem as spacious as possible, the architects introduced as much natural light as possible throughout the building’s bone-white interior. Read the rest of Incredibly Skinny Sliver House Slips Into a Lot As Narrow As Ten Feet Across Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Boyarsky Murphy Architects , glass facade , London , london architecture , Maida Vale , narrow house , natural light , skinny house , skylight , sliver house , split-level , tinted windows , wedge-shaped building , wedge-shaped site

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