Haus Gables has curated an amazingly interesting asymmetrical gable roof for a building in Atlanta, Georgia.
The house spans 2,200 square feet and is designed by Jennifer Bonner of MALL. The structure, as well as its roof, are subject to irregular design. From the precariously placed windows to the somewhat disorienting interior, the tallness of the building only exaggerates its mind-boggling features. The asymmetrical gable roof line was the result of a cluster of six traditional designs. Jennifer Bonner meticulously creates a sound environment where structural and layout aesthetics stun those observing them. In addition, the home is constructed completely out of cross-laminated timber which brings a certain degree of unity to the space. Pops of vibrant color are included as well to amplify a playful character.
Photo Credits: NAARO
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