White Line House by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Located in Kazakhstan, this house doesn’t only look good but it also doesn't cause harm to the natural environment. The White Line House has a minimal but impactful design with its geometric shape and clean interior. The inside is completely white - white walls, white ceilings, white lighting, and white marble floors. The monochromatic color palette gives the whole space a fresh and modern look that is highlighted by the house’s panoramic windows that reflect the outside in. The whole house is set upon stilts but the actual frame of the house is made from concrete and then coated in white lime plaster. The White Line House also has minimal environmental impact and works with the natural landscape, protecting it from harm.

Source: Nravil Architects

Photo Source: Mussabekova Ulbossyn

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White Line House by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan