Minimal in both its design and environmental impact, the White Line House is a striking addition to the town of Almaty, Kazakhstan. Set upon stilts, the home's frame is made from concrete, then coated in a flexible white lime plaster. The white motif continues inside, with white walls, white ceilings, hidden white lighting, and white marble floors. As a result, the majority of the home's color comes from the panoramic windows on both sides of the house that provide views to the outside from within, and reflections of the trees and clouds from the exterior.
Photos: Mussabekova Ulbossyn / Nravil Architects