There is always a new world to explore between the old and the new. By blending in elements of two contrasting worlds the in northwest Fayetteville creates a fabulous new structure that is draped in wood and features an outdoor sitting zone that is brilliant and relaxing.
Delve beyond the black exterior of the house and one finds an interior that is largely dominated by white. Classic décor pieces like the Eames Lounger sit snugly next to the fireplace and give the residence an air of timelessness.
Smart lighting under the wooden bridge adds to the covered sitting area outside while the opening also creates visual connectivity between the rear and front sections of the home.
But the by Studio B Architecture + Interiors in Boulder Colorado takes an entirely different approach as iconic art work from modern masters of minimalism like Frank Stella is the inspiration behind its dark and dashing exterior.
A New outdoor living area and kitchen house under a light wood and steel structure. The wood and steel shade offers protection from the harsh desert sun even as a small gap between the two brings in a healthy dose of natural light.
Despite its openness the street façade of the Long House offers ample privacy and a water pond along with the garden become safe escapes that are perfect for a lovely staycation.
The house gets its name from the long and spacious living room dining area and kitchen that combine to form one continuous space. With the landscape outside becoming a part of the interior the house feels much more inviting even as the neutral color scheme allows the various textures to showcase their true brilliance.
But the CABN is an innovation that aims to change all that with its off-grid sustainable design that helps you reconnect with nature and yourself. This smart eco-sensitive and modern wooden cabin has just of space inside. Yet there is plenty of good it does for you as it easily transports you into a world that we are quickly losing touch with.