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This tiny house incorporates various angles to play with the perspective creating a ambiguity to its scale. This challenges the viewer's perception entertains the mind as it works through the various planes. The house lifts off the ground to maximize the area for vegetation. The dominating slope of the roof creates a suitable angle for solar panels. The solidity of the east and west walls creates a barrier for the slow level sun and a visual barrier from the adjacent building. The north and south windows allow for cross ventilation and shaded daylighting.
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