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Georgia based firm BLDGS Architects have designed the Ansley Park Glass House, located in a historic downtown of 1910-era home neighborhood.
Their client wanted to have their domestic spaces perceptually lodged in the out-of-doors, and to have the visceral presence of the city skyline both night and day. Thus, the interior spaces are arranged as a series of split-levels, each spiraling around a new central stair. The stair has no visible stringers, suspended from adjacent and overhead structure, and uppermost rooms are cantilevered and suspended over lower ones.
Glass curtain-walls are used as a cladding material to create a permeable boundary between the house and its immediate context, provides for light and views, and materially engages the glass skyscrapers visible on the immediate horizon. This combination—offset and cantilevered interior spaces viewable through a transparent exterior cladding—proposes a residential experience which is both spatially and visually suspended within the very close context. Via
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