A derelict barn has been replaced by six houses that feature copper clad openings.
This project by GINO GUARNIERI ARCHITECT - ROBERTO MASCAZZINI ARCHITECT takes on the size and shape, and uses recycled materials from, the original barn.
All of the openings of the six aligned units are covered with the copper strips. The openings do not compromise the integrity and strength of the building, and they are hidden by shutters that open mechanically, serving as shelter against sun and rain.
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