The Star House owes its name to its owner’s house guest, who after having the opportunity to experience the architecture, compared its shape to a star. The project made a great impression on him, so much so, he later asked the architects responsible for the Star House to design one especially for him. The association made by the house guest is justified – the house consists of three volumes, placed radially to one another at different angles. It provides an interesting and rare opportunity to see the exterior facade of the house from the inside.
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