CLF Houses by Estudio BaBO

CLF Houses by Estudio BaBO

The project is located on a plot along a low density residential street in Villa La Angostura, Argentina. The goal is to achieve a higher density in the area.

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Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse

Billedresultat for træhuse


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