Designed by Vasco Lope Asrquitetura is a single level urban residence that was in need of a light-filled makeover. Replacing the old yard with a curated modern outdoor space and connecting it with the indoors designers gave this modest house a completely new look.
Offering all that and a lot more are these series of which seem to draw inspiration from the sloping landscape that surrounds them. It is the angled roofs of these modern villas that give them a unique identity even as a wall of glass brings the outdoors inside.
With décor that barely disturbs the sense of serenity inside the house the new homeowners are bound to appreciate the relaxing and rejuvenating atmosphere of the even as they enjoy a view of bustling Istanbul just outside the window!
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!
The non-intrusive renovation and extension project relied on a new rear addition with twin roofs to give the backyard a distinct identity even while delineating the living area from kitchen and dining.
It is the foundation of the building the wooden platform it sits on and the angled pitched roof that shape its outline while cedar wood and glass fashion its exterior. A touch of blue brings modernity to the cabin while an open plan interior is connected with the deck outside using folding doors.