The theme continues on the inside with the entryway showcasing a small wooden bridge a lovely atrium that fills the lower level with greenery and ventilation welcoming you gleefully. Step inside and you will discover the full collection of wooden panels on display in the dining room living area and the bedrooms.
With local construction code of Hamptons allowing only a maximum of of construction area for pool houses the architects had to squeeze in all the required facilities in the limited area. accomplishes this with effortless panache!
What do you want from a weekend home that helps you relax and rejuvenate? It is often a setting that connects you with nature when needed is easy to maintain and can be completely closed from outside world when not in use. That is precisely what you get with designed by Lazor Office.
But you do need the right dwelling for such an experience and designed by Ark-Shelter the offers this experience to the hilt. Created by these eco-friendly cabin units running on sustainable energy can take you away from the usual getaway spots and turn pretty much any lot into a tranquil and comfortable home away from home!
Raw steel that has been hand-polished with curing agents and pegboard surfaces bring in a touch of textural contrast as well even as the white background dominates throughout. Sophisticated and sensible this family home does it all!
Complete with three bedrooms two bathrooms a laundry room and additional functional areas this inviting weekend house is both inimitable and inventive. Every heritage home needs a makeover at some point and when that time comes you want a balanced blend of the traditional and the modern the existing and the new and a seamless transition between both the worlds.
The idea behind Slow Cabins is the design of smaller healthier and more eco-friendly dwelling units that ensure minimal carbon footprint while keeping you completely comfortable. Each of these cabins is crafted entirely in wood and what the units lack in size they makeup in efficiency and ergonomics.
It is a rare blend that is now increasingly becoming common in homes across the world – a heritage façade combined with a contemporary rear extension and an interior that is contemporary.