Sculptural Mesh Structures Give This Apartment Building Its Own Personality – Design You Trust

Sculptural Mesh Structures Give This Apartment Building Its Own Personality


Tetrarc Architects have designed an apartment building in Paris, France, that has a number of sculptural features, adding visual interest to an otherwise plain building.

h/t: contemporist. Photos: stephanechalmeau

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