Paul Raff's Blue Point Residences Beat the Heat With Innovative Screens

By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 28, 2011   Updated: Jun 22 2011 • References: paulraffstudio
The Blue Point Residences are a luxury residential complex on Phuket Island that effectively juggle the two competing concerns of solar heat gain and outward aesthetics.

To meet this challenge, architect and designer Paul Raff devised an ingenious kind of recycled screening made from a lightweight wood/plastic mixture that allow residents of the Blue Point Residences to enjoy unimpeded breathtaking views of Phuket Island while also keeping cool.

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