An Asymmetrical Mountainside Home In Serbia By EXE Studio

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Belgrade-based architecture practice EXE Studio designed the ‘Divcibare Mountain Home’, an asymmetrical house located in the slopy landscapes of Mount Maljen in Serbia. The home consists of two parts with different textures and colors. While the left side of the house features a white ceramic surface with a large glass window, the right side is covered with near-black timber shingle cladding giving it a monochromatic appearance. On the inspiration behind it, the architects say: “Through the duality of the house, with two main volumes; the intent was to merge the traditional and the contemporary to create a unique aesthetic and a structure sympathetic to its surroundings.”

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