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The Kuwait House by AGi Architects Offer Four Private Patios for Guests

 - Mar 24, 2016
References: agi-architects & dezeen
This luxurious modular stone home called Wall House located outside of Kuwait City offers four different secluded terraces located on the rooftop of the abode. The design was executed by AGi Architects and it offers guests a private outdoor space to enjoy that is above ground instead of a traditional back or front lawn.

The Wall House lives up to its name with tall white walls made from stone bricks that build the foundation of the home and provide tiered, geometric levels without any windows. Instead natural light comes into the space through voids located in the roof. Thanks to the high walls, the top level that acts as the patio remains entirely secluded from neighbours and expertly placed walls divide up the area to provide four separate terraces.