In-ground lighting for the wooden deck oversized pendants in gray inside and smart ambient lighting complement the unique contemporary style of Vila Nova. Finding a balance between exclusive design interesting finishes and space-savvy modernity this Brazilian home showcases the benefits of effective uncomplicated architecture.
Designed to meet the needs of a modern family the cost-effective house cuts back on excesses and relies on smart architecture and passive heating and cooling techniques to provide a cheerful and low-cost housing solution.
With unobstructed flow of light comes a more cheerful interior and those fretting about a sense of privacy can always turn to drapes as an additional layer of separation to achieve it effortlessly. While it is transparent glass walls that shape the bedroom frosted and translucent glass is used for the bathrooms.
Curved glass doors and a different flooring in each of the rooms ensures that you still feel like transitioning from one room to another. If you have kids around and wish to keep an eye on them at all times then an idea like this is great for the home office or the playroom as well. It surely beats those boring old walls in white!
Sliding wooden frames with glass become the connection between the new social zone on the inside and the lovely deck and garden outside. A pergola structure extends the outdoor hangout while an accent wall in concrete and wood steals the show on the inside. Then there is the large floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that brings color in its own unique way!
Designed by Lund+Slaatto Architects the cabin sits on a rocky coastline and offers mesmerizing views of the sea and the scenery beyond. It is the landscape that defines the cabin and yet the small structure in glass and wood holds its own in an elegant fashion.