A series of smart bookshelves line the walls of the interior as large glass windows connecting it visually with the wooden deck outside. A loft bedroom and a tufted bay window seat with storage provide additional options which allow the retreat to multitask with ease.
Pops of color have been introduced throughout the house with yellow blue and orange making an appearance. But the backdrop remains neutral and elegant with white and wood shaping it in various rooms.
The exquisite private home designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson moves away from the mundane with an entrance pathway that meanders through the house and connects the front yard with the rear pool and the deck.
The section of the house with the tallest pitched roof holds the living area kitchen and dining space in an open neutral setting. The second section with the shorter pitched room contains the bedrooms and the bathroom while the final third unit houses the mechanical equipment.
Then there are others (quickly becoming a majority) who want a home that feels much more inviting has a personality of its own and is draped in natural goodness. For those out there who feel such a house in the urban landscape is an impossibility shows a refreshing and green way forward. Nature and vegetation come firs at this Argentine home designed by Tovo Sarmiento Arquitectos.
On the outside the metal roof and wooden body of the residence is accentuated by the use of a splash band of black Richlite that keeps away rain and snow. Life at this charming home seems but tranquil and comfortable as the best of both worlds are brought together in an ergonomic fashion.
The transformation is neither drastic nor revolutionary. It is smart sensible and incorporates the rich past of the house into its present form – the reason why this cabin seems so very special!
In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.