Two Row Houses is a Contemporary Architecture Project by Luxembourg-City-Based Studio Metaform
Two Row Houses is a contemporary architecture projection belonging to Luxembourg-city-based studio Metaform and located in the village of Goeblange, southern Luxembourg. The complex structure is based on a traditional systema skeletale with baulks and sheathing and a metal structure that is used to attach the fiber cement roofing controls panel. The circulation space and the means the house has been separated beginnings with the glass slab on the ground floor. It aids light bottom from fanlights down to the entrance in the ground floor. Thus the disadvantage of an unfavourable brightness level due to the important deepness of 15m construction is removed. The house is flooded with these skylights that are beaming from underneath in the evening and therefore avoids the use of big notabilities. A big glass aperture (10x3m) characterises the interest brought to the outside light and landscape and tries to take away the physical bounds of the house design. With a contemporary and minimalist design, base to cap windows and access to a lovely green yard with pond.