OGA mixes contemporary and vernacular design for Jib House

Architecture News / dezeenmagazine
OGA mixes contemporary and vernacular design for Jib House
Canadian architecture studio Omar Gandhi Architects has completed an expansive Novia Scotia home clad in two different types of cedar. Jib House's name was derived from the coastal site's triangular shape, which resembles that of a jib, a slender triangular fore-sail used on a traditional sailing boat. Read more on Dezeen: https://www.dezeen.com/...
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  • Fecha de publicación: 07-10-2022

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