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Knoll House told by its author

Knoll House told by its author

Knoll House told by its author

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AUTHOR:

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PHOTO:

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YEAR:

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LOCATION:

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So according to you, we can tell that a project is a good  one when we can describe it just in few words?

Casa Knoll in few words: from an old artifact of the Middle Ages, we removed the roof that was placed about one hundred years ago. Light started coming in and trees started to grow inside. We decided then to enclose everything with glasses in order to create a place to live. Few essential words to explain the project. The idea has to be told today, tomorrow or in a 100 years. The artifact might age, but not the idea that generated it.

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From our interview to Werner Tscholl

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