We found a delightful little creative design team called Atelier Tekuto. What caught our eyes were some of their most unconventional and novel designs.
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Tekuto’s work is a mixture of common, but stylish (in a simple way) design of private residences/condominiums, commercial buildings, educational facilities, as well as some forays into community facilities and/or disaster reconstruction assistance. Their work is quite eclectic and in their words, one of their mottos is to “pay[s] close attention to the needs of the client”. And indeed they do! The two designs we picked to show you display a somewhat unusual approach to not only design but also architecture.
A rather strange façade for a residential home, right? Well, the inside looks just as strange, if not more. Apparently, the client (a designer, no less), requested Tekuto to conceive a house “out of the norm”. The client was so happy with the atelier’s proposal of “stacking steel boxes”. Well, it’s anything but ordinary, they got that right! Let’s take a look inside.
Pretty neat, right? Besides having the appearance of the coziest corner this side of heaven, it boasts an impressive and completely original design. Kudos to Tekuto!
This one isn’t as jaw-dropping as Cell Bicks. Yet there’s something very special in its design. The client who ordered it had a limited budget, which is quite normal with them being young and all. As such, Atelier Tekuto designed the house to make the most of the limited terrain the couple could buy, but, thanks to a stroke of minor genius, managed to make it spacious enough without occupying too much space, and with three floors to boot! As with the previous design, let us take a tiny, little, small tour into this humblest of abodes.
With the proper eye (or team) for the interior decorations, this could really turn out to be a safe, spacious, and unique solution to the couples limited budget problems. And it looks beautiful during nighttime. Well done Tekuto, well done!