The same principle applies to a project that was designed to be a house, rather than a house for the living.
As a result, there are no stairs to climb to get from the kitchen to the living room.
Instead, the architects have used a series of stacked panels to create a “room” that has three sides.
The panels are all attached to a structure that forms the floor of the living space.
“We think that it’s a very interesting architectural idea,” says Dan Haddad, who worked on the project.
“It’s a way to introduce the building to the viewer, to bring the house to life.”
The architects, who did not want to give their full names, say that they had an inspiration for the project from the “fantastic” architecture of the Chinese city of Chengdu, where their work was inspired.
The idea was inspired by the construction of the Shanghai Dome, which houses the Shanghai Olympic Games and is now a landmark.
“When you think of the spectacular, it’s all about the architectural details,” Haddads says.
“But when you think about a house like this, it becomes a place for people to enjoy a space that is completely different.
And it becomes something to look at.”
The architecture was built using the technology of 3D printing and is part of a global push for affordable housing.
The project was originally intended to be completed in 2019, but the architects say that the timeframe has been stretched to 2019 to meet rising demand.
A few hundred square meters (6,000 square feet) will be built, and it is expected to be ready in 2026.
(More: The Guardian) The design is based on the architecture of Chengde, the Chinese capital, where the Olympic Games are held.
The project was developed by a local firm called Huayuan and is being designed by an architect named Guo Guangyuan, whose previous projects include the new Beijing Tower, which was built in 2021.