The design they went with is a airy terraced home perfectly positioned into a difficult piece of land just east of Lima. Big bright windows fill the place with natural light. With multiple cascading levels, the roof garden is the cherry on top, boasting a panoramic view of the city and its environs. The only fear is that some reckless driver might smash into the front door. [Contemporist]
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