House made up of stacked squares

The Stack House in Minneapolis, Minnesota is a modern home designed by Lazor Office with bold street views. Using external contrast material, the viewer first sees three stacked blocks, the floor. Inside, the private spaces are stacked together to reveal the engraving space in the public living area, creating a separation point that still feels part of the larger space.

This house is perfectly integrated into the busy community and connected to the surrounding natural landscape.

One of the more intimate spaces is the curved walled restaurant with white oak.

The other niche is designed for the piano and is connected to the living room. The customer wants a place where people can come and enjoy the music being played.

The living room has double-height ceilings for a greater feel while allowing extra windows to bring natural light from above.



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