It helps give the homeowners private spaces on the deck outside while shielding the house from harsh sunlight and taking the brunt of the impact caused by strong winds in the region. Designed to withstand even mild earthquakes the Origami roof sure helps solve many design conundrums in one go.
The newly built structure replaced an existing ranch-style house that was originally built in 1948. Parts of the previous home such as a single-story bedroom were kept intact and renovated to blend in with the new facade. An open entry leads to a beautiful walkway that is built above the refreshing pool and connects with the main living area.
Yet the real focus of this house is the brilliant array of interior lighting which enhances and harmonizes with the view outside. The day starts off with cool yellows and the bright natural mid-day light soon takes over. The tranquil oranges of the sunset takeover as dusk starts to set in and the night time is lit up by purples and blues of the city skyline in the background even as warm ambient illumination sets the mood
A stunning kitchen in white a smart living room and a spacious dining area make up the lower level of the house while the top floor holds the private spaces. Adding to the aura of the home is the refreshing pool in the backyard along with warm lighting which complements the natural light perfectly.
The large glass doors also bring in ample natural ventilation that illuminates the adjacent dining area and the kitchen. A sleek modern kitchen with metallic finishes and a vintage dining area with homemade DIY pendants add to the inimitable charm of the residence.
Combining a variety of elements that include wood steel and exposed concrete the grand residence presents a comfy inviting aura that places emphasis on bringing the outdoors inside. The house is spread across 3 spacious levels with the children’s playroom and bedrooms occupying the basement.
When it comes to interior design and decor we often tend to equate space with luxury. But creative modern architects and designers are quickly putting an end to this myth with the ingenious use of limited space. Occupying an area of just (549 square feet) this gorgeous contemporary apartment in Slovakia is all about maximizing the available room in every possible manner. Conjured up and brought to life by RULES Architekti the snazzy apartment was once an old neglected hub that was in urgent need of a complete makeover.