Located in California, this contemporary personal residence consisting of three smaller pavilions was designed in 2013 by Feldman Architecture.

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Description by Feldman Architecture Taking the shopper’s imaginative and prescient of butterflies visiting the location as inspiration, the architects divided the home into three smaller pavilions, which land frivolously on the location and are capped by expressive roofs. Each pavilion has a separate perform: the central pavilion homes the primary dwelling, eating, and cooking areas, whereas two different pavilions present for sleeping, bathing, and enjoyable. The buildings are modest in sq. footage, but every expands into outside rooms that confide in dramatic views of the canyon under and hills past. Beyond poetic gesture, the butterfly roofs usher in views of the encompassing hills, thrust the interior dwelling areas into the panorama, and in addition harvest rainwater. Water is widely known all through the design. Each roof funnels water onto to a rain chain fountain and into panorama assortment swimming pools, which then collect it into cisterns the place it’s saved and used to irrigate the panorama. In addition, the pavilions have been sited to permit water to stream underneath the workplace bridge and for storm water to seep slowly into the bottom in the primary courtyard. Photography by Joe Fletcher Visit Feldman Architecture

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