Architectural Design Mimics The Skin Of A Scaly Reptile

Architectural Design Mimics The Skin Of A Scaly Reptile
Design

A new home concept uses shingles to achieve a unique pixelated effect on exterior walls

Azalea Pena
  • 21 september 2016

Is that an iguana? No. Is that a snake? Still no. That’s just Schuppen, a house designed by Brandt + Simon Architekten that uses green shingles with curved edges and a window lay out that makes it look like a face.

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