A large deck extends this new interior outside and gives the homeowners an opportunity to enjoy the country hillside and its many sights and sounds in an unhindered fashion. Décor inside the home is kept simple and unassuming with modern furniture finding space next to more rustic pieces.
Finding solitude in the modern world is hard indeed. It does take a refuge in the heart of nature to offer the perfect escape that helps you relax and move away from it all! Designed by grupaVERSO the in Kuźnica Kiedrzyńska is one such holiday house that allows its homeowners to enjoy the sights and sounds of the pine forest around it without infringing on nature.
The new kitchen and dining area in the rear becomes the social zone with stackable folding glass doors connecting this space with the deck and garden outside. The three-level house now feels cheerful modern and yet timeless – a sense of poise that the homeowners longed for!
The sequenced brick wall extension in the rear feels like a part of the original structure and does so without trying too hard. Spaces transition from light to dark inside with rough concrete floor leading to smoother surfaces as one moves from one room to another.
Designed by Gluck+ this lovely residence has just acquired two new extension blocks; each having an aura of its own while effortlessly mixing in with the existing house. The most obvious feature of the house is the two slanting green roofs that the two new structures come with – features that help a great deal with the concealed silhouette of the residence.
Designed originally in the 1960’s by one of the disciples of in East Hampton is a home that has plenty of nostalgic and sentimental value to its owners. Post the storm surge created by Hurricane Sandy much of the original home was extensively damaged and Bates Masi Architects were brought it to create a new residence for the family that borrowed heavily from its previous form and silhouette.
An old house that does not make the most of landscape it sits in and the scenery outside – it sounds like an all too familiar story in the world of modern residential structures with some sense of historic past.
The terraced-house extension dubbed in was designed by Bureau de Change Architects gives the old residence a brand new interior where the smart kitchen now sits at the front of the house while the social area and dining sits at the rear. It is an infusion of space and style that is organic and captivating!