dovecote studio

This house is a well-done example of architectural integration. The idea and realisation of this project have won us with it's tact and graceful implemetation. There was an old 19th century dovecote at the site that was left undestroyed. The new house's body made of corten steel was put inside the old building with a crane. The peculiarity of corten steel is that once rusted it keeps noble brown colour forever. It is caused by a waterproof oxide layer on the surface of that kind of metal.

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