RB House by SPRB Architects




RB House, designed by SPRB Architects, is a small house that looks long and deep. The house is sectioned in various precincts, being organized as a sequence of alternating courtyards and pavilions, equipped with large windows to look through them, and a range of views that are open to the landscape and are routed around a central axis but in both senses of the same.

The house is developed on the surface uneven floor and a sky, marking the first transfer from one enclosure to another and by tilting the past is to extend the range of visibility to the outside in some cases and in others allow natural light filtering through the roof. The total element appears as a broken part, which takes place linearly and is interrupted by external open to the sky.

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