Salt (NaCl) House by David Jameson

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Just like the composite nature of its name, the NaCl house has a tetris like shape with obscure variations that define it as a unique, but compelling piece of architecture. Designed by David Jameson Architects, its rough, inexact form almost mirrors the structural integrity of the mineral sodium chloride (salt). The stark ambiguity of its outer skin exemplifies it as a single unit that reflects the amazing fluidity of its interior. Glazed panels further highlight this home’s dynamic features while also adding an extra dose of light and charm to the space.

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