Interior design. Monday , November 28th , 2016 - 08:17:23 AM
The facade is about 40 meters long and faces the main street. In order to deal with the tropical climate aspect of the area of construction, the main surface of the house is slightly angled to create shade from the sun rather than relying only on the flat surface that faces the sun. Aluminum windows also do their part of the job, allowing natural light to enter the house, which was a wonderfully thought out option, as it makes it looks large and bright.
In spite of having reduced spaces, this wonderful apartment has been decorated in such a simple and elegant way that we can easily see how its design flows, creating pleasant spaces.
The project proposes, on one hand, new views through different openings, and on the other hand subtle changes of light and shadow throughout the day and year. The angular walls create a rich dynamic of dissolving whites in the central space, making the edges appear and disappear by the hour. The internal faces can shift, giving them amplitude and different functions, as headboards or benches for example. It is the presence of this void that gives meaning to the entire space.
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