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The house is generally characterised by a solid monolithic sculptural form which smoothly swoops over and appears to be suspended on top of the building�s glass. This creates the feel of delicacy, and a display of boldness of the building form. The highlights of the project are the two elegantly curved elements that appear to enshroud the rest of the structure. These two elements have slit windows to allow for light and ventilation within the respective spaces, as well as provide the aesthetical appeal to the external design. The house also features two main cantilevered balconies at the back and front, and a roof terrace that spans the entire roof level.

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