Located in a Mediterranean olive grove landscape in Zgharta, Lebanon, Zgharta Residence by platau is an L-shaped contemporary home adapted to an inclined terrain. According to the architects, the residence is perceived as “a series of horizontal silhouettes that fade out in the ground, inscribing the house in its larger geography while giving it privacy from the proximity of the road”. […]The post L-Shaped Contemporary Home Adapted to an Inclined Topography: Zgharta Residence appeared first on Freshome.com.
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