Home Designs Published by Niklas Larsen, Friday, February 24th 2017, 16:25:21 PM.
This is a home which looks natural, both from the exterior design and the interiors. It features concrete façades which happen to blend perfectly with the large boulders around. The roof of the home looks even more blend since it is topped by the grass. It also has glass walls which capture natural light and the amazing views of the San Juan Archipelago which also make the home look modern.
For the interiors, the designs are even more natural since the interiors boast the rustic wood and concrete elements. The boulders around the home are presented in the interiors via the fireplace’s design and a real boulder in the bathroom. The interior design as a whole resembles a country house rather than a modern interior design. The final result is a warmth and inviting interiors. Architects: Olson Kundig Architects.
For those who want to build a home with an open plan should see this house. This L-shaped house is built with a design which connects the house with its outdoors seamlessly, particularly for the first floor. This house features a cantilevered volume which is supported by some columns which covers the first floor and makes it as a sheltered verandah. There’s also another sheltered verandah at the first floor which is perpendicular to the first verandah. Both creates an L shape. And, for a relaxing outdoor setting, the architect built a pool in the middle of the L shape. This first floor features living areas and the kitchen at the core of the first floor. The open design is not dedicated only for the first floor. Instead, the second level or the cantilevered volume also features sliding walls that open to all sides. This volume houses a bar. This home is located in Sao Paolo, Brazil, the architect was Marcio Kogan from Studio MK27 and the given name is the “House 6.”
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