This reduced visual fragmentation even while keeping parts of the exposed brick wall sections intact. A flood of natural light also accentuates the lightness and cheerful appeal indoors while a large wooden pantry with shelving and a dark black bookshelf along with the entertainment unit offer the necessary contrast.
Urban agglomeration has meant that more and more people in developing nations are starting to move from their semi-rural and rural roots and many villages around big cities are starting to resemble ghost towns.
Modern renovations often bring forth the most interesting features in home design that otherwise would simply never become the focal point of an architectural conversation. Turning an old ground floor flat in Spain Arnau Vergés Tejero used a ‘carpet of concrete’ to link the various rooms of the visually.
Strong winds from the north are all too common in this region of Norway and the cabin’s orientation and overall form specifically ensure that the wind does not damage the property in any form. Beautiful and apt lighting fixtures along with pops of color put the final touches on this dashing getaway that takes you into the heart of Sjusjøen.
A dark kitchen island ample storage and shelf space along with Scandinavian style décor ensure that your stay here is pleasant and hassle-free. Prefabricated wooden elements inside the cabin present a lighter tone. A series of continuous windows open up the shelter towards the views outside with top-notch insulation keeping out the chills.
A Valls Arquitectos design the house relies on locally sourced materials and a breezy indoor-outdoor interplay to offer the best possible living environment. Tall wooden pillars that act as room dividers in the dining area translucent and tempered glass panes that bring in natural light even while preserving privacy large glass windows natural rocks and unique accent walls fill the home with loads of visual and textural contrast.
When it comes to harsh mountain conditions and terrain that is as good as inhospitable the Himalayas and Andes tend to top the list. It is towards the East of the central axis of the that this gorgeous little in Coyhaique Chile sits.
Facing towards North sunlight and the warmth that it brings is maximized inside the house with Coigüe and Cypress shaping the exterior. A concrete base provides a stable platform that can counter the strong winds on bad weather days.