The Tsai Residence is a Boxy Design by HHF Architects and Ai Weiwei

By: Leo Lei - Published: Aug 8, 2010 • References: archdaily & lvlupdesign
The Tsai Residence by HHF Architects with Ai WeiWei is an eye-catching weekend home two hours upstate from New YorK City. Located in a serenely bucolic setting, the house features an abstract sequence of windows and openings to help exhibit its natural surroundings.

The clients, two young art collectors, wanted Tsai Residence to be a simplistic structure that produced varied lighting conditions for displaying their art. The equally-sized boxes are built with wood and gypsum panels. There are slight spaces in between the boxes to diffuse small amounts of light into the interior. Stats for Corrugated Grid Homes Trending: Older & Average
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