Vertically oriented layout of the mansions is becoming increasingly popular. This is due not only to the high cost of land to build, but also to the tremendous possibilities offered by modern materials and technology.
In this topic of Forum City you are invited to discuss an interesting country house project that has a complex multi-level structure. Looking at the structure from the side you can see only two floors, and notice that the building has a non-standard configuration.
It is worth mentioning that thanks to the variability of the floor and ceiling levels it was possible to effectively divide the premises according to their functional features. With no walls or partitions, the cozy living room is clearly separated from the kitchen-dining room, and each area has its own access to a separate patio, designed as a terrace with a boardwalk.
Despite the pronounced minimalism of the interior, none of the rooms look empty. On the contrary, there is a sense of style and elegance in their design, which, of course, was largely achieved through the architectural expression of the structures, the richness of the textures and shades of wood.
The living space of the home's occupants is not limited to the walls. One can also rest, do something useful outside, where the unevenness of the terrain has been smoothed out by the use of terraces. As you can see, the interior and exterior design ideas are harmonious and complement each other to a single complete image. Therefore, staying in this place will provide you not only aesthetic pleasure, but also complete privacy, peace and quiet.
Photos courtesy of Glamuzina Paterson Architects