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BUTTERFLY HOME

The Butterfly Home reflects all the fundamental elements of Elizabeth’s work, such as flexibility, modularity, lightness and movement—all of which are introduced in this project through inclined shapes.

Batulao Artscapes Butterfly Home

The Butterfly Home reflects all the fundamental elements of Elizabeth’s work, such as flexibility, modularity, lightness and movement all of which are introduced in this project through inclined shapes.

The modular house is composed of elements put together on site, which considerably shortens the time it takes to construct as compared to the traditional method. Various layouts are possible from the base unit, allowing the structure to be adaptable to all topographies. The Butterfly home is designed to be a single-family home, a resort villa, or even an amenity space as this system is extremely flexible and modular.

Single story residential unit, 2-bedroom

Usable Floor Area Approximation

176.75 Sq.m

Batulao Artscapes Elizabeth De Portzamparc

By Elizabeth de Portzamparc

Elizabeth de Portzamparc is a French-Brazilian architect, urbanist and designer who works in Paris. In her agency, she develops projects placing Nature, Man, and the respect of the local cultures in the center of her reflections.

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CENTURY LIMITLESS CORPORATION

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DISCLAIMER: The images and details show herein are intended for illustration purposes only. While the information is based on present plans, which have been created with great care and effort, the developers reserve the right to change any and all products, proposed project features, amenities, prices and terms without prior notice. It is then recommended that the client confirm their accuracy and subsequent changes, if any. Further, the client holds the developers free from any legal and financial claims resulting from the information contained herein.

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