Residence Origami Zac Borderouge, a residential sector of Toulouse, France, has come to life with 'Residence Origami'  a colorful development designed by bernard buhler. To the south, east and west, the footprint is enlarged by terraces wrapped in a slatted wooden screen that extends beyond the building's profile in angular forms. slivers of lime green shades loggias where the building's timbered skin has been cut away in asymmetrical geometries. bold yellow walls that enclose the interior are visible behind the diaphanous sunshade, and are completely exposed where an alley cuts a void between two distinct volumes. balconies with whimsical railings and an irregular pattern of windows project into this space. below ground, a garage occupies the entire site footprint, connecting the individual masses and providing 36 parking spaces. How to achieve the batten effect Woodform recommends using the Concept Click batten system. Concept Click allows you to choose any spacing between battens and create random width effects. Contact us to find out more. Note: Woodform did not supply any products to this project. The purpose of displaying this project is to inform and inspire designers on what is happening around the world. Images by Vincent Monthiers Courtesy of www.designboom.com Residence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence OrigamiResidence Origami

Residence Origami

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