The ‘Codina' House's Exterior Can Shift Shades

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 31, 2011 • References: & letmebeinspired
Hearing that this Argentinean abode’s exterior changes colors based on the positioning and strength of the light made me love the ‘Codina’ House that much more. This spectacular design was created by the architectural firm ‘A4 Estudio’ in Mendoza, Argentina.

The Codina House is a contemporary 450 square meter bungalow that boasts an equally eye-catching interior and exterior. The predominant material used to construct the house was wood, in order to help natural ventilation filter through the entire structure. Looking at this house truly is a soothing treat for the eyes. Stats for Alluring Chameleon Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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