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Polyhedron Habitable By Manuel Villa Architecture

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Polyhedron Habitable is a relaxing space in the backyard of a family house in Bogota, Colombia. Designed by Colombian architect Manuel Villa, the aim of the project was to design a small park or open area where the young parents and their newborn child would have a relaxing space from day to day activities. Designer also considered the usage of the project in long term and incorporated a small building to support outside activities. This way in the future the child can use the building for his own hobbies and activities. The space is arranged with a drawing area with desk and ledge, and a resting place. Little windows on the sides and at the top provide good light and air circulation for the building.

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