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Avanto Architects / Ville Hara and Anu Puustinen | Four-cornered villa

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The cross like shape of this simple villa reaches towards four very different views. The space is open and defined at the same time. The exterior is treated black and to contrast the interior is very light. The building is insulated well and heated by wood only.

There is no electricity or running water. The simple and ascetic life at the countryside differs dramatically from the hectic city life.

Location: Virrat, Finland
Architect: Avanto Architects / Ville Hara and Anu Puustinen
Client: Private
Gross floor area: 78 sqm
Design and construction: 2008-2010


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