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Name:Terrasshus I, II
Type:Residential
Location:Stockholm, Sweden
\"Terrasshus I\" is an attempt to combine the narrow dimensions of contemporary housing with apartments containing individual terraces. The apartment sizes are modest and they all comply with the standard building recommendations of today. By each new storey, one bedroom is eliminated and replaced by a terrace. All the storage components are located along the interior main partition wall with full-height cabinets at the passages. A way to replace thin gypsum-board walls by zones of space-defining significance.


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