By Paul Auguste. Architecture Design. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 21:52:24 PM.
All the rooms and different areas of the house are connected by open spaces that make the transition between the different areas. Despite its unusual design and structure, the house is actually very flexible. The interior can be easily reconfigured and it’s a lot easier to do that when the space is already well organized.
The residence offers panoramic views of the ocean and the surroundings which can be enjoyed from the top floor, being especially amazing from the pool. The glass pool floor allows the light to filter through the water and to then create a beautiful play of light and shadow below.
This concrete wall allows the house to stay discreet and intimate in relation to its surroundings and the neighboring structures while at the same time maintaining a close connection with the garden. The house is oriented towards south and east and opens toward the private garden which is sheltered by the concrete wall and the building itself. As far as the design of the house is concerned, there is a notable difference between the interior and the exterior appearance.
When designing this 3,200 sq ft (297 sq m) single family home, the designers worked closely with the clients to define the main features. During this stage, it became apparent that there had to be a clear distinction between the social areas and the private zone.
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