Broken Diamond House by veliz architect

Broken Diamond House

Broken Diamond House was born from the fragmentation of a pure form until reaching a formal module with which it is played from generating interior spaces that are connected by double and triple struts.

The large glass facades that are opened by shaped windows For these same angular shapes they take advantage of the views towards the lake.

Two concrete and wood breakwaters reach the waters very smoothly as if the pieces of the house were decompressed until they broke that pure shape.

Shape that refer to a diamond that breaks and forms a a more organic and coherent figure with nature that protects and welcomes the house. Source by veliz architect.

  • Location: Cuba
  • Architect: veliz architect
  • Area: 533m2
  • Site area: 1230m2
  • Tools used: software used for drawing, modeling, rendering, post-production and photography. SketchUp, Lumion, Photoshop
  • Year: 2021
  • Images: Courtesy of veliz architect

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