Sloping Aztec House

Reminiscent of a sloping Aztec house, Plot 4328, designed by Bernard Khoury Architects, is a three bedroom twin house found outside of Beirut, Lebanon. It features an astounding 33 ft drop from its front entrance to its lowest point. The south facade slopes from ground level up 23 ft and connects with the north facade, which is glazed on all three levels and features balconies that offer wonderful views of the valley. The house also features a shared elevated pool on the tip of the north facade. These twin units feature high ceilings and mobile balconies that travel up and down the northern facade to provide easy access to all three floors. Wild!

Bernard Khoury Architect's website
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