KAWDIA HOUSE NOTE:

The sloping site is flanked with streets on three sides, which lends the axial symmetry to the layout. The triple-storey house is physically detached from the neighboring building to the South-West by an internal street. The organic edges of this street with its undulating facades and shifting plinths deform three of nine-square plan. Although attempting to imitate traditional urbanity, this spatiality was particularly evolved to engage children. The family entrance and a guest entrance lie to the West and South ends of the internal street. A third service entrance in the north east facade leads directly into the courtyard, and would be critical during social occasions.

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