Yagzan Design Architecture outdid themselves with the Orange House in Ankara, Turkey, using what they call the "design of relationships" to integrate the user with the design process. By taking into account the owner's belongings and usage of each space, the rooms develop an exterior-interior relationship with the user and the rest of the home. While tall enough to allow views of Ankara's forest climate, the Orange House stands at 1050 square meters as an exercise in design and construction. [Contemporist]