Italian architecture firm Bulant & Wailzer created the Two White Houses in Transdanubia, Vienna. From the exterior, each house looks identical -- while the interior of each home is completely different.
The first house was designed to house one family, with an open floorplan and modern finishes. The second house was built to fit two families, split directly in half so each home has the same amount of square footage. Each part of these two houses were finished with low-energy and low-budget materials, ensuring the initial purchase is affordable, as well as the upkeep.
With large windows and glass paneling, the Two White Houses are flooded with natural light and views of the beautiful surrounding greenery.
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