Consisting of a day pavilion and a night pavilion, Two Hulls House designed by @mlsarchitects reflects the idea of a ship both inside and out

Consisting of a day pavilion and a night pavilion, Two Hulls House designed by @mlsarchitects reflects the idea of a ship both inside and out

Hull House was a settlement house back in the early 1900s for immigrants. A woman gave birth to a child whose father was the devil. The mother, disgusted by the child, abandoned the baby at Hull House. The owner, Jane Addams, hid the baby in the attic and raised the child. The child died at a young age. Now, if you look into the second floor window of Hull House, you will see the face of the devil look back at you.

Hull House was a settlement house back in the early 1900s for immigrants. A woman gave birth to a child whose father was the devil. The mother, disgusted by the child, abandoned the baby at Hull House. The owner, Jane Addams, hid the baby in the attic and raised the child. The child died at a young age. Now, if you look into the second floor window of Hull House, you will see the face of the devil look back at you.

Cantilevered Two Hull House Heated by the Earth Peers Over Coastal Nova Scotia | Inhabitat New York City

Cantilevered Two Hull House Heated by the Earth Peers Over Coastal Nova Scotia | Inhabitat New York City

Two Hulls House. Location: Halifax, Canada; firm: MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects; year: 2012

Two Hulls House. Location: Halifax, Canada; firm: MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects; year: 2012

Less is more. MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects have designed the Two Hulls House in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Less is more. MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects have designed the Two Hulls House in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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