Unusual Split-Level House in Philadelphia



There is never a good idea for a new construction of modern design to be built in the neighborhood fill with historical building. They just never fit well into the neighborhood. There is always a huge contrast between the modern design and the old historical design buildings around the neighborhood. Many sure have seen one example at least why it is a bad idea for a constructed modern design building to be built in the neighborhood of historical buildings.

Unusual Split-Level House in Philadelphia2

However, in Philadelphia, there is a building that might prove the idea of not to fit a modern designed building into a neighborhood of historical buildings wrong. It is the Split-Level House at a historical neighborhood in Philadelphia. The building definitely integrated perfectly well into its surrounding among the historical buildings of earl design, this building is nonetheless a modern day designed structure wich was designed by Qb Design.

This Split-Level House was built with the material like concrete that has been polished, and steel and wood used in many modern day construction. This Split-Level House is a 3 story house built with a private garden on its roof with a nice view to the neighborhood. It is indeed can be considered as a perfect fit into the neighborhood.


Published by in Architecture, on January 14th, 2010

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