The smart and tiny cabin keeps things simple uncomplicated and yet comfortable even as its woodsy design allows it to blend in with the backdrop. You can alter the finish and the material to fit various environments and terrains and each CABN can be fine-tuned to custom needs.
The lowest level of the house clad in concrete contains the garage and shed with the first floor holding the social areas along with the bedrooms. It is the top floor that houses additional spaces and relaxation zones. The division of spaces is simple and complicated with each level being illuminated by natural light.
Designed by minimalDEsign the spacious house sits inside the confines of the Wielkopolski National Park and this dictates its eco-sensitive silhouette. A series of trees next to the lake that is not too far away from the house also define its floor plan with the L-shape design creating a private and serene refuge that the homeowners can enjoy.
The pond does much more than being an aesthetic addition as it cools the house down during hot summer months with tropical plants and smart temperature management system doing the rest. Modern easy-to-maintain and subtly tropical this residence stands out from the crowd.
Most home renovations tend to focus on the interior of the house and transform a boring or unusable space into a cheerful modern hub. But the Canopy House in Tucson Arizona takes an entirely different route with a makeover that extends the residence outwards.
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.
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.