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House H by Bojaus Arquitectura

Privacy and light: House H by Bojaus Arquitectura, in Las Rozas, near Madrid, Spain, “merges interior and exterior in a continuous space flooded by natural light,” accomplished by creating “a pure simple prism drilled by big hollow voids.”


Details: The form is a result of “strict application of local urban regulations: maximum occupation, perimeter definition, alignments, maximum height” to create maximum volume, from which voids, porches and patios were subtracted. Rooms are organized around a central interior patio.


Designers: Bojaus Arquitectura, in Madrid, is a team of project and technical architects, engineers, and LEED technicians.

Source: Via ArchDaily. Photos by Joaquin Mosquera.


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