Diaz Puanetto Arquitectos is a design team that recently worked on a one-level home located in San Juan that utilizes steel screening panels to add an element of artistry to the modular home. The screen is located on the front of the home and repeated in various other areas of the architectural design to add an element of creativity and dimension to the geometric and minimalistic home.
The steel screening is located in front an open window at the front of the house. The design features detailed patterns of circles in modular shapes that connect to form a perforated design that allows the light to shine. The panels double up as doors to the space as well, since the windows are floor-to-ceiling. At night when the home is illuminated, the steel design is that much more apparent.
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