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Black shingles clad a garden shelter opening onto a deck whose plan mimics that of the glazed facade

Habitable Polyhedron by Manuel Villa, Bogotá, Colombia

Portability meets the primitive hut in the Habitable Polyhedron that Manuel Villa designed for the garden of a young couple and their newborn child in a suburb of Bogotá. Photography by Sergio Gomez

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