The outer cocoon or even the exoskeleton of the building is opposed to the inner one by several means at once: the difference in color, the difference in materials, but most importantly the difference in form. On the outside, the classic, beginning to dissolve, image of a house with a gable roof. Inside this nest, a new, young form has been born, bursting outward. It uses the house as a base for growth.
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