Three-Story Spiral Addition Gives Miami Bungalow a Modern Twist

10 May of 2016 by

A spiral three-story concrete addition designed by Christian Wassmann was added to the 1930’s Sun Path House in Miami Beach, Florida. The unique design of this modern bungalow was created to allow ample natural light and take advantage of the sun path as it changes over the course of the year — the curved wall of the roof terrace maps out the path of the sun on a summer…

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