Posts Tagged ‘close to nature house’
The design studio Resolution: 4 Architecture (Res4) from New York has completed work on the project of Connecticut Pool House. This unusual villa with an area of 832 square foot is the perfect country house. Connecticut Pool House is located in Sharon, Connecticut, USA. In one part of the residence there is a bedroom, in the other – living area with kitchen. The residence also features sauna, laundry room, pantry and even and a heat-generating fireplace. However, perhaps the most interesting elements are sliding doors, which not only provide ventilation, are an excellent source of natural light, but also allow you to enjoy nature without leaving the comfortable couch or directly from the bed!
Baumraum is a German design studio which creates unusual and original treehouses. Such houses promise us a spirit of adventure, a tranquil retreat and a romantic hideaway close to nature. They are installed up among the trees, bringing back childhood memories, and with them the desire to climb up and enter a magic world amongst the foliage. King of the Frogs is a small refuge located in private garden in Münster. The exterior is clad in zinc-sheet and lamellas of tatajuba-wood underneath. Walls, floor and furniture made of white-glazed ash underline the bright and minimalistic character of the interior. This treehouse is also equipped with terrace for comfortable rest outside and large windows to overview the surrounding nature.
Here is northwest modern house design by Schuchart/Dow called Woodway Residence. It has beautiful exterior and interior. 11000 square feet contemporary home is the result of desire for privacy, love of nature, and deep appropriation for craftsmanship and design. Woodway residence was created for the couple tired of the city life. In this calm and wonderful nook one can live in harmony with nature enjoying horse riding and gardening. The house is the example of the rural dwelling. It is one-storeyed, built of simple materials and surrounded by lots of plants and pond. The main materials used are stone, concrete and wood. Sophisticated structure creates an intimate relationship with the natural world.