Instead of extending the home into the backyard further and increasing the living area of the residence the clients wanted a makeover that worked within the confines of the existing home while allowing it seamlessly blend in with the spacious rear yard. accomplished this by turning to a fabulous timber pergola structure that ends up stealing the spotlight here!
This is not about opulence or design ingenuity that showcases something radically new. The in Oslofjord archipelago exudes a sense of tranquility and Nordic simplicity that is both timeless and trendy.
Passive heating and cooling were used to create a more thermally stable interior that did not rely on artificial heating and cooling systems while a flood of natural light cuts back the necessity of artificial lighting during daytime. A new mezzanine level with skylights brings additional ventilation even as an efficient and space-savvy workspace sits snugly below.
Instead of completely demolishing the old house and building a new one the smart remodeling saves both time and resources while preserving and enriching the historic appeal of the Ocotea House. Nestled in the bright and sunny beachside suburb of Melbourne Australia the Gable House is a modern revamp of a that ushers in plenty of natural light even while giving the interior a contemporary upgrade.
Giving this dreary home a cheerful modern upgrade Casa14 Arquitetura turned to an open plan living and an altered backyard to get the job done. Refreshing relaxing and pleasing to the core the new living area flows into the rear yard that contains an outdoor dining space and a relaxing sitting zone.
It is a balance between traditional cabin design and modern aesthetics that creates uniqueness inside these lovely homes built for those who appreciate finer things in life.