Social Housing by RipollTizon Offers a Clean, All-White Aesthetic

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Oct 2, 2013 • References: archdaily & dezeen
RipollTizon has designed a stunning, all-white social housing block in Palma de Mallorca. The architects opted for a clean aesthetic and design both inside and out. The exterior features a six-storey building that descends to three stories on its one side to fit in better with its surroundings.

The apartments are arranged in a visually captivating pattern, which architect Pablo Garcia describes as "…a solid column with excavated voids where the openings are presented as scenes stacked upon each other."

Each apartment boasts a private balcony that is built into the facade of the building. The white theme continues indoors, with each apartment complete with white tile flooring and walls for a crisp, sparkling look and feel. The complex has separated the apartments that are for the sale and the ones that are for rent via a separate entrance and elevator. Stats for Crisp Social Housing Complexes Trending: Older & Chilly
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