structure k farmstead
architecture inserts in the terrain and moves forth and back, creating open and intimate areas, separated and surrounded by nature. five residential units are connected to form a single unit in the terrain and yet being independent bodies on the slope. from the street level, ample stairs lead to the living areas and the vineyard. walking downstairs brings nature closer, living among the vines. architecture is perceived as a single façade. it plays with interspaces, deep cuts and intimate courtyards, shaping peaceful oases and framing landscape views. a project shaped by cuts. a concrete strip connects the five units, whereas materials such as smooth and rough concrete and wood are used to differentiate the elements and improve the overall image.