The latest home to garner our attention was created in 2015 by architects Bodron+Fruit. Based in Dallas, the brief was to create a space for a couple who needed a new home for their burgeoning art collection. Based on the grounds of a one acre lot, it was designed to maximize views while still allowing for privacy in the living spaces.
The exterior and interior use the same planes throughout, allowing the two to integrate seamlessly. The courtyard also creates more privacy for the home itself, which still has expansive views of the surrounding area. Take a look through the gallery above to see the space for yourself.
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- arch daily