SymHomes Mk1 by Piercy Conner Architects

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Project: SymHomes Mk1
Location: Kolkata, India
Designed by Piercy Conner Architects

Piercy Conner’s design was the winning entrant of The Living Steel International Architecture competition in 2005 and went on to win the MIPIM AR Future Project Sustainability Award in 2007. Disregarding convention, the design uses steel for cladding and shuttering as well as the internal structure. Perforated steel shades over the deep-set terraces provide a sustainable solution to air conditioning by allowing air to pass into the room and providing shade from the glaring sun thus cooling the building naturally. When needed, an inner skin can be sealed to allow air-conditioning units to be used in extremes of temperature. Source: world architecture news

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  1. Anonymous says:

    what a beauty 😉

  2. Anonymous says:

    what a beauty 😉

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