Designed by architects office Matharoo Associates, the house transforms from an “impregnable shell” into a glass pavilion, allowing residents to vary the amount of light, ventilation and privacy in their home.
On some walls, two tiers of panels pivot in alternate directions, while other walls feature panels that slide back and forth.
The motorised systems and supporting structures are all concealed, heightening the effect.
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