Black and White House by Agi Architects wins Golden A' Design Award
The project Black and White House by Agi Architects has been announced as a winner of the famed Golden A' Design Award in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.
The project Black and White House inspired by Lego blocks. The complexity of the project was based on the varying levels and careful program layouts which were studied to achieve maximum privacy in between the six adjacent houses.
Agi Architects, the creator of the winning project Black and White House explains "Located on a main highway in Kuwait, the houses differentiate themselves from their surroundings by their stark façade design. With two contrasting colors, the façade is designed to define the individual houses, while achieving unity amongst all six. White stucco material is used as the base for all the houses, while dark grey bands of stone turn corners, go indoors, and climb up and down, creating flow and continuity throughout the project. "
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Various outdoor spaces are located at different levels to provide ample light into the adjacent spaces, in addition to creating outdoor terraces and pool areas. The back villas overlook a garden facing the highway.
The landscape separates the houses from each other through different levels that ultimately create privacy and independence from each other.
And each house has a certain level of complexity in terms of spatial organization and relationship between indoor and outdoor. With every visit to the houses, one discovers new spatial and visual experiences.