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Bucktown House by Blender Architecture

Bucktown House

Architects: Blender Architecture
Project: Bucktown House
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Size 6500 s.f
Photography: Darris Harris

Bucktown house is a single-family home recently completed by Blender Architecture, an architecture practice based in Chicago. “Located on a double lot and a neighboring empty lot to the south, we took advantage of the natural daylight for a garden and patio space. The interior takes advantage of the orientation and informal spaces for interaction. The exterior takes its cues from the industrial architecture in the area.”

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