This house in Tucson Arizona by Bobinette Architects follows a rich tradition of Architecture which takes advantage of the Desert Climate – Hot and Dry during the day and cool in the evenings.

Often buildings use rough concrete or abode walls, large overhangs, natural evaporative cooling and in this case Vitrocsa minimal windows – the slim mullions breaking up the glazing into well proportioned panes of sliding glass.

Photos by: Jon Mancuso
Product: Vitrocsa Minimal sliding doors

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