Year: 2022

Area: 615 sqm

Location: Bucharest, Romania

Team: Alexandrin Buraga, Marco Ballerini, Serghei Sim, Maxim Sitnic

Architectural Concept: AB + Partners

This residential architecture project is in line with the current trend of renewal in contemporary architecture. Although designed as two different houses, Twin Villa is based on the idea of connected houses. Conceived as a mutual reflection, the houses follow the laws of symmetry and contemporary aesthetics. Due to the combination of shapes, we have created a unity between two buildings so that they are perceived as a whole, but at the same time enjoy privacy.

The houses were designed in three levels, the upper one being a secluded floor. Balconies were designed on three of the sides. Since we had a large garden overlooking the lake, we focused on taking advantage of this. Thus, the secluded floor continues with a terrace, which offers a peaceful view. We also paid attention to the exterior planning. So, we provided a green area in front of the houses, 3 parking lots in each courtyard and the space designed for recreation.

The ground floor also has a connection to the context through a terrace and an infinity pool, which brings the shiny surface of the lake closer.

As we usually do, we focused on the geometry of the project with all the rigour and accuracy. This time the play of geometric shapes was not only supported, but also emphasized by the elements from extruded aluminium along the perimeter. And for to emphasize the alternation of straight lines with curved ones, we integrated LEDs along the contour. The harmonization of the concept is ensured by the rest of the materials used. Glass provides transparency and ephemerality of the house, balancing the massive details of the façade. Alongside with it, we used wood as a natural element that creates coherence between the architecture and the context, as well as gives it warmth.

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