By Paul Auguste. Architecture Design. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 21:52:24 PM.
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.
At the ground floor the architects placed the garage and the cinema. There’s a mezzanine level with two rooms connected by a living-study. This space also offers access to a patio garden. On the first floor there’s a courtyard. On one side there’s the dining room while on the other you can find a kitchen connected to a gallery. This area can be converted into a terrace during the summer. The second floor of the house incorporates the bedrooms and it’s a more private area. Finally, on the roof there’s a beautiful terrace.
The kitchen and dining area are just as fresh and open, this space being opened to the surroundings through panorama windows and glass doors. White walls and a marble kitchen backsplash complement the dark wood island and lower cabinetry.
In contrast with the bright and open social areas, the private zones of the house don’t have huge windows and don’t necessarily rely on the views for their décor. The focus in this case is privacy and comfort.
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