Modern means not only hi-tech, but rather the one corresponding to the present reality. The aesthetics of the succinct lines that characterizes contemporary architecture requires a contextual semantic completion. In the case of the project below our goal was to harmonize the architecture and adapt it to the existing environment.
Based on the client’s requirements in relation to the necessary spaces and surfaces, we designed the house applying minimum deforestation, being focused on preserving the existing trees. We went further and added to this idea the fusion between the living space and nature by integrating a mature maple into the construction. It is “embraced” by the cover of the ground floor and the roof, becoming part of the architecture.
We opted for natural finishing materials. The façade is done from a mix of materials, such as stone, wood and much glass. Large windows that are meant to offer plenty of natural light to the space, give ephemerality to the construction. The stone implies power of the construction, and the wood softens and ennobles it.
Of course, we did not neglect convenience. The living areas have been arranged on the ground floor, the floor being intended for bedrooms. We have also designed a large garage, as well as large terraces, which allow you fully enjoy the nature.