Located in Langstini, a district of Riga in Latvia, these two twin homes were designed by Riga-based architectural firm NRJA to accommodate two separate families.
The first floor of this 3,600 residence is shared by the two families and connects the second floor wings,each inhabited by one family.
This projects reminds of Studio B Architects’ Nove 1 Residence.
Two Sisters House by NRJA:
“The building consists of two independent residential premises, based on reinforced concrete piles, forming covered external spaces.
The first floor is a connecting space for entrance zone and rooms of common use.
The way these spaces are connected allows creating individual living environment and maximum isolation with a view to Langstini Lake.”
Photos courtesy of NRJA
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