In a five-part disengaged home with a novel leaf-canopy design, ‘The Leaf House’ in Alibaug, India epitomizes the phrase open concept with its unrestricted architecture. Comprising of five separate rooms that spread out around a courtyard, with a leaf-shaped concrete roof standing on angular columns that shelter each on of them.
Devoid of any walls, this area enjoys a breathtaking view and easy accessibility to a delightful lily pond and pool. For an added convenience of an open-air effect, the glass walls on the other pods can also be removed, to enjoy the outdoors. The house is designed by SJK Architects .
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