Two Belgian architects come together to create a glass-encased apartment with assymetrical cutaways that provoke the illusion of space.

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Brussels-based architect Bassam el-Okeily collaborates with fellow Belgian architect Karla Menten to create the “Narrow House,”  a two-storey glass-encased apartment with asymmetrical cutaways that provoke the illusion of space in a relatively small 5.3 meter lot.

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