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Twin Sisters House in Mārupe, Latvia by Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio

Project name:
Twin Sisters House
Architecture firm:
Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio
Mārupe, Latvia
Tools used:
Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Milad Eshtiyaghi
Design team:
Built area:
900 m²
Site area:
2100 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio
In Progress
Residential › House

Milad Eshtiyaghi: This project is located in Latvia. The client of the project were two twin sisters and they asked us to design a building with two units for them so that it has one unit upstairs and one unit downstairs.

But we started the design from the fact that they are twins, so that the house, while meeting their needs, also shows in terms of external form that two twin sisters live in this building.

Twins are formed together from the embryonic period, born together and raised together.

Each of them is a separate person, but the similarity of most of them is so great that it is difficult to distinguish each of them from the other. They have a separate personality, but together they have a sense of calm and completeness.

So we started the design with this idea and decided that instead of two floors on top of each other and each being a separate unit, the two units should be next to each other next to each other, like two twin sisters standing next to each other. The two units should be adjacent to each other as neighbours and their external form should be similar to each other.

The middle space of these two buildings is formed by the middle courtyard and a tree in the center combines architecture with nature.

curvy black house in forest

The curved shape of each building is formed with the idea of ​​the shape of the sisters' hair in the wind and its slope is due to the climate of the project site.

The interior space of each building is similar and the ground floor is the public space and the upper floor is the private space of the house.

The staircase connecting these two floors, while maintaining its visual view with the outside nature, has also been combined with the nature that has been designed inside the house.

modern bathroom with skylight

bedroom interior with skylight

bathroom with stone wall

modern bedroom interior

suspended glass hammock

contemporary bedroom with skylight

glass roof

glass staircase with indoor cactus plants

green wall and stone walls

indoor green plants

dining table and chairs

modern kitchen with double volume ceiling

cozy living room with fireplace

black sofa and glass window

living room with fireplace

Twin Sisters House in Mārupe, Latvia by Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio

bathroom interior with green wall

bathroom with nature view

bathroom vanity

mushroom shaped house

mushroom shaped forest house

curvy house with skylights

Twin Sisters House in Mārupe, Latvia by Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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