Our preconceptions of what a house should look like inevitably holds us back from viewing designs that fall outside of them as unorthodox, but the Single Family House by Andrii Ortynskyi proves that a little change can make a huge statement. Featuring a sloped roof that is somewhat asymmetrical, the home essentially shifts the bilateral symmetry of traditional homes to a more unexpected angle. This creates a change of scenery both inside and outside of the home to create something that is rather simple yet inherently different.
The Single Family House by Andrii Ortynskyi is able to offer high ceilings on interior along with a glass extension and facade on the exterior to ensure it looks as stunningly functional as possible from all angles.
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