“This second house will therefore be more like an architectural promenade. We enter: the architectural spectacle is followed by the eye; we follow a path and the perspectives develop with great variety; we play with the influx of light illuminating the walls or creating shadows. The bays open up perspectives on the outside where the architectural unity is found. Inside, the first attempts at polychromy, based on specific chromatic reactions, allow for “architectural camouflage”, i.e. the affirmation of certain volumes or, on the contrary, their erasure.” [1]

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