Homes that are typically built as duplexes, fourplexes and so on don’t have much personality or ‘design’ to them. Unless you’ve got LOCALARCHITECTURE on the project– they’ll be sure to inject some interesting architecture into what would otherwise be another bland set of homes.
This particular duplex is a beautiful space that has all of the telltale signs of great Scandinavian design. Light wood planking on the exterior facade and uniform rectangular windows are all a wonderful feature, but the overall shape takes the cake. Instead of the two plans mirroring each other directly, the middle of the structure has a pass through so as to have as few spaces sharing a wall as possible.
Convex and concave shapes play out on either side of the building, with one side heralding large floor to ceiling windows for each family to soak up the sun and even offer shade and protection from the elements.