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Designed to accommodate three generations under one roof, this residence was for a repatriated family of Ghanaians returning from the USA. The house was conceived as a compound and enclosed by a walled garden to provide privacy. The living and dining rooms are positioned as a pavilion, with cross ventilation encouraged by generous doors and windows at both sides of the space. Acting as a hinge to the adjoining bedroom wing, the kitchen and circular family rooms culminate in the master bedroom suite, completing the L-shaped composition of the enclosed spaces.