The ideal dream home – calibrated proportions and great ergonomics

There are certain stereotypical, home decorating techniques that will always be a win-win. And an example of such a versatile solution would be Pilbrow Residence, arranged in New Zealand.

Its box has a complex shape, as if composed of many rectangles. It is covered with white stucco and showcases large windows recessed into the walls, with which you can get maximum natural light. The layout is quite simple – each room has its own purpose, and the social area combines the living room, kitchen and dining room.

The courtyard with swimming pool and dotted paths looks charming, but it's the interior of the rooms that makes this building a cozy, luxurious nest for the family. Minimalism was the basis for creating a relaxing and pleasant environment, and therefore the furniture has a restrained outline, but strives for ergonomics.

Pilbrow Residence with Swimming Pool in New Zealand
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A window in the wall
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Interior design of a house in New Zealand
Interior design of a house in New Zealand
Pilbrow Residence in New Zealand
Pilbrow Residence with swimming pool in New Zealand
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Antonio Jonson

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  1. Harper

    What factors should be considered when determining the “ideal dream home” in terms of calibrated proportions and great ergonomics?

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