The entire house is a processional narrative directed through a casual geometric disposition of forms, walls and spaces amounting, in their total and single perceptual expression, as a recluse that unpeels its own self.
Departing from the orthogonal plan, this house offers incidental discoveries of the in-between spaces, housing unconventional shadows, landscape elements and art installations. The structure is further spirited away from the polished urban to dwell with a primarily rural and rustic rough stone in addition to imprinted raw concrete surfaces. Both casualness and sophistication are evidently intertwined in a symphony.
Location: Amman, Jordan
Client: Al-Shareefa Rajeha
Land Area: 1,260 sq.m
Built-up Area: 820 sq.m