Most often, when we talk about architecture, we mean buildings seen from the outside or from the inside. But how do you define something that is not outside but is also not inside? For example the above picture. At first glance, it may look like a residential. But it is not a residential, and yet every window has a room behind, and therefore an interior. So, looking from outside at the window of the room – am I outside? Theoretically yes, but practically … no, because I’m still inside the building 🙂

The building has the form of a shell with very thick walls, and inside these walls, there are rooms with bathrooms, corridors, elevators, installations. The whole is covered with a glass roof and heated, ventilated, air-conditioned. Does this mean I’m even more inside? 🙂