Dajo House: A Closer Look at Sandro Uzila’s Renowned Croatian Villa

Architecture News / homeadore
Autor: homeadore Publicado el: 10/06/2024
Dajo House: A Closer Look at Sandro Uzila’s Renowned Croatian Villa

Sandro Uzila, a renowned Croatian architect, has unveiled his latest masterpiece – the captivating Dajo House in Pore?, Croatia. This modern house, designed in 2024, showcases Uzila’s expertise in blending exceptional design with the region’s stunning natural landscapes. With its clean lines, strategic use of natural materials, an...
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