Architecture often plays with geometry to create spaces that demolish conventional construction, as seen in complex Dolomitenblick by Plasma Studio.
This countryside abode plays with elevation to create a facade that folds like origami. The look is created with protruding balconies that seemingly reach out into surrounding landscape. Dolomitenblick by Plasma Studio houses six spacious holiday homes in north-east Italy.
Along with the sliced look of the building's facade, each elevation slopes back into the mountainous land making for an asymmetric construction. The complex is welcoming to light and provides panoramic views with its spanning balconies. The eclectic look created by Plasma Studio's sharp contrast with surrounding topography adds modern charm to Italian countryside vacationing.
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