Modern Interior Design. Friday , February 03rd , 2017 - 16:27:21 PM
The front facade derives its expression from the interior interplay of openness and privacy. It screens the house from the street through several layers: the stairway, the bookshelves, the solid wall with punched windows providing glimpses of the street, and the exterior perforated aluminum rain screen. Two narrow vertical glass slots run the full height of the facade, capturing light from the street while further accentuating the length of the spaces with continuous views from the front to the back of the building.
The rear facade engages the opposite approach, it is all glass, a full-height, full-width curtain wall that bathes the interior in light. At night, the warm lantern-like light of the interior illuminates the rear garden.
Our customer likes to spend the evening with large companies and very much to all of this was taken into account. Just needed a Bio-fireplace, large screen TV and a large kitchen. The decision came at once – we did not share, and made false volume and partially suspended in the air. All functionality we placed in the hall. High contrast supported the dynamics of the central structure, which combines several tasks. The main emphasis was made by a central fireplace with a suspended work island, a fridge and two TVs. Space fat to work for itself. You can completely bypass around the central shape, and thus views.
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