The module of the square, enlarged here and reduced there, comprises the faces of this dwelling. The entrance facade of the house is treated as a freestanding screen wall in front of which is a lower volume completely clothed in glass brick. The house refers back to the early days of European and American International style Modern and to the design-cultivated complexities and contradictions of Postmodernism of the 1970s and 1980s. An example of this is the thick masonry-like entrance frame, which seems to float out in front of the two-story glass brick entrance of the building.
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