Add to this the wonderful views of the city that it promises and a private garden in Ayse Sultan Woods and you start to understand the allure of this exquisite residence.
It is that time of the year again when you start thinking about a lovely vacation that includes snow-filled slopes wintery charm and even a touch of rustic elegance that those woodsy cabins bring.
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.
A loft style bedroom above maximizes the available space while balconies on either side of the small kitchen allow the owners to take in the scenery outside. Despite its minimal size the treehouse can easily host 3 to 4 guests and smart lighting completes a rejuvenating hideaway that is simply mesmerizing!
That’s right; are currently reshaping more modest urban homes all over the world. The idea might not be revolutionary in itself but architect Manuel Ocaña definitely gives it a fresh new upgrade with his ingenious design of three different apartments in Spain.
It is the living room / dining area that becomes the heart of the new house. Since both the homeowners had contrasting needs in terms of heating and cooling systems the architects found a delicate middle ground keeping the interior at a stable temperature through top-notch insulation.