The Courtyard House by Hutchison and Maul is Magnificent

By: Annie Ho - Published: Oct 1, 2010 • References: hutchisonandmaul & contemporist
The 'Courtyard House' by Hutchison and Maul is just as pleasing to the eye from the exterior as it does in the interior. The home consists of two different parts: one is a "concrete plinth" that has minimal interaction spaces. The second part of the home is a "hovering" wood volume that acts as a private living space for the owners.

The inside of the Courtyard House by Hutchison and Maul is somewhat like a labyrinth because one must climb stairs and cross bridges to get from point A to point B. The home is built in a modern-day style and it also gives a great view of the mountains. Stats for Sloping Hillside Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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