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Futuristic Tent House Design of Inner Mongolia

Designed by Spanish architects Estudio Barozzi Veiga, Ordos Villa is the architects’ interpretation of the untouched environment, personified in modern practice. Mongolian culture plays heavily into the home’s beginnings as well as its final result. With a form evocative of a nomad’s tent, Villa Ordos almost looks like it belongs among the vastness, whiteness, and endlessness of Ordos, Inner Mongolia. This modern residence takes shape as a perfect square, topped by a roof that’s only described by the architects as “expressive,” meant to mark the spot and protect what’s veiled beneath. This futuristic house design is centered on a sleek, glazed inner patio, an element of traditional Chinese home building which, like kitchen of the western world, is the hub of the home meant for meeting, greeting, eating and coming together. Villa Ordos was designed as part of the Ordos 100 project, a collection of 100 hundred homes designed by 100 architects from 27 countries, and built in Inner Mongolia, China. Estudio Barozzi Veiga
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