A wall completely lined with books may be a dream of mine, but there is more to this house than its perfection as a writer’s hideaway.  The Casa Kiké by Gianni Botsford Architects features locally-sourced timber for the wooden structure as well as locally-sourced corrugated steel sheeting for the roof and siding.  The architects note that the building “blends with its surroundings, both visually and environmentally.”  Happy reading!

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