The Chiseled Abode
The dramatic exteriors of this project make for an out-of-the-box façade which is achieved by chiseling a cuboid form.

While the clean geometry achieves a bold and unique façade, it also helps in negating the harsh sunlight to the west facing entrance. The thoughtfully designed skylight in the north west, ensures that each space receives ample amount of light and ventilation while maintaining a visual connect to the outside.

The house has a minimalist interior that's in opposition to its bold exterior.

One of the key elements considered during conceptualization was spatial organization, with the circulation placed in the center and all other spaces designed around it.

The house has vertical zoning with the semi-private and private areas on different floors, and is enhanced thanks to the visual continuity between all of them.