Although it isn't green, the Two in one House looks like one of the Monopoly house game pieces. This is due in large part to its seamless and iconic silhouette. But instead of being made out of plastic, it is constructed out of integrally-coloured concrete, which gives it that same sense of monotony--in a good way, of course.
Designed by clavienrossier architectes, the Two in one House is located in Geneva, Switzerland. It has been dubbed so because it incorporates two apartments of differing size with only a continuous party wall separating them from each other. But what makes the Two in one House really stand out is the use of wooden framed windows that provide a great contrast with the cement. Their asymmetrical application also lends an artistic touch that is hard not to appreciate.
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