Marcel Luchian Studio designed the minimalist M House in Singera, a town in the Republic of Moldavia. Composed of unconventional forms, the residence’s concept design also does a brilliant job of marrying materials with a combination of glass and concrete, both inside and out.

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The house’s structure is made up of two off-center forms, one on top of the other, steering clear of a traditional box-like design. The overhang from the second floor provides exterior coverage below, perfect for when it’s raining.

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The two stories also contrast in color, with the darker shade being on the bottom.

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The project is being presented at the third edition of the GIS Architecture Expo Conference.

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The interior continues the harmonious use of light and dark materials with dark polished floors alongside white and neutral-toned furnishings and walls.

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Renderings by Marcel Luchian Studio, courtesy of v2com.net.