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Hyde + Hyde

Hyde + Hyde

Is there such a thing as a dream home for a photographer? There is now, and it’s the brainchild of Welsh architectural group Hyde + Hyde Architects, which they’ve named ‘House for a Photographer.’ The modern, minimalist structure is nestled into an unused quarry on the edge of Brecon National Park in Pontypridd, Wales. To avoid disturbing the surrounding environment and quarry walls, Hyde + Hyde Architects elevated the house off the ground, making for quite a unique structural experience.

As for perks for the resident photographer, the house is designed to collect light with its many windows and elevated structure, “focusing on distant views like a Camera Obscura,” they say. And because of the rectangular shape and minimal, abstract interior and exterior, the photographer has ample space to display or shoot photographic works.

Hyde + Hyde

Hyde + Hyde

Hyde + Hyde

Hyde + Hyde

Hyde + Hyde

via My Modern Met

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