WE Architecture Triangle House Lets Colonial and Traditional Intersect

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 14, 2011 • References: & plusmood
Some of the world's best built masterpieces result from compromised qualities merged in an uncompromising fashion, and the WE Architecture Triangle House is the pinnacle of this accomplishment.

Planned for Puerto Cayo, Ecuador, this wood and windowed prismatic construction takes some of its building techniques and materials from traditional South American construction, and its open concept and inner courtyard from colonial influences. With coherence and clarity of design, the WE Architecture Triangle House is a stellar structural solution to a tropical setting.

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