Dihedral House in Boulder, Colorado | Arch11

Arch11 have designed the Dihedral House for a young family in Boulder, Colorado: This modern urban house is anchored on a downtown corner site. An all glass living room Site-cast, board-formed concrete walls moor the building to its site, while providing thermal mass to control temperature swings. The house is organized around crossing dihedral lines, one phenomenal, one tectonic that shear the interior volumes of the house. The building was delivered as a fast-track, design-build with Hammerwell inc.

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