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wrapped in a grey metallic skin with minimal visual openings to the interior, the low-lying dwelling 
achieves a bold aesthetic identity through a subtle gradient in the pitched roof which swivels around
and opens up to the north. the sheltered car park serves as a physical extension of the road,
drawing in visual focus through a contrasting stark-white finish. a glass partition draws a thin line 
between the indoor-outdoor boundary, allowing the parked automobiles to be on view from within the house. 

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