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Minus K House by Kuu Architecture

The Minus K House is built around a series of 9-foot cubes. On the outside, this Nanhui, China home looks boxy and fragmented. Inside, however, staggered walls cascade and open upon each other, spiraling outward from a central dining table pivot point. The home, designed by Shanghai architectural firm Kuu, was built around two living spaces: a residence during the work week and a weekend retreat. The four corners of the central table are divided by two kitchens and a pair of courtyards. The home’s two living spaces are interconnected architecturally, but are designed to give privacy to two families simultaneously.  [via designboom, photography by jeremy san]

Minus K House Gallery

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