Home Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Saturday, May 13th 2017, 13:06:50 PM.
This minimalist home, the “Casa DV” was designed by Ze Arquitectura and is located in Mexico. Its flat roof along with the overall horizontal design is a wonderful contrast to the slope, and its boxy shape is just another beautiful point that would steal passers attention. The sandy wall is cut and decorated with small, long window, giving it a contemporary look, adding a sense of context of being on a hill overlooking the landscape while also giving the interior an ample natural lighting. On the opposite side, natural lighting is provided via large openings while at the same time, giving the overall landscape view of the city to the interior. Ze Arquitectura.
The owners of this inclined house wanted an artist studio and a yoga space which would also serve as a private guest cabin. They wanted accessory structures for their existing wood hillside home. The architect, Feldman Architecture built two additional small cabins that were built lightly between the trees, each has different view orientation.
Constructing a sloped house that is built on a hill, the architect blends the house into the greenery surrounding. The rustic dark grey wood is used for wall and the steps are made of stone with natural-looking texturing.
Since the owners love gardening and to help the building as a whole blend with its nature, the lower building’s roof was designed as a new space for gardening, since it could be seen from the higher building resulting in a continuous experience of nature. The entrance comes in stone material and is adorned with side garden. The slope terrain gives great potentials to make the house looks beautiful like making pathways that are adorned with natural stones.
The other roof also is a little bit curved but it comes with large and long skylights. Under this roof is a studio where the serene landscape surrounding may help to inspire the artworks. There, the interior of this studio is pretty clean in white wall color and is warmth with its wooden floor. Other part of the interior still boasts similar wall color and wood floor. The balcony, which eof the 2 house additions has, features balcony with dark grey wooden balustrade. The ambiance there is relaxing and looks wonderful since the balcony faces the treetops directly. Feldman Architecture. Photos by: Joe Fletcher.
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