Four rows of patio houses make up Patio Island, with the middle house of each row linked to the street by narrow passages, allowing for the potential hanging paintings or storing of garden tools and bicycles. Each house has a separate rooftop unit positioned to prevent visual intrusion to and from the neighbours. The roofs can be reached from the patio via swimming-pool type ladders and used as terraces, presenting themselves as a possible meeting place for neighbours.
Source: MVRDV
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