working details: Timber louvre shutters to a glazed timber-framed wall
The two-storey house is L-shaped in plan, creating a private courtyard. Although the walls generally comprise a double skin of cast in situ concrete, the two walls that face the courtyard are largely glazed, with windows at first floor level and glazed doors at ground floor level.
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