Located in Turkey, the 'White House' by Yazgan Design architecture firm is builtin the shape of a star. Four sections jut out from around the house, giving it this star-like outline, and also allowing for a central focal point within the abode.
Due to this design, all rooms must lead from and to the central area. This outline is done on purpose to add to the seamless flow of the house, allowing people to move in and out with ease. Another positive feature of this house is the large wrap-around balcony area at the top. With the four arms reaching out around the abode, this creates extra space above where the rooms are. Yazgan Design decided to make this into an extensive outdoor patio space, perfect for relaxing in the warm weather.
Photo Credits: designboom, yazgandesign
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