The dining area takes advantage of the wide floor to ceiling windows allowing the natural light from outside to brighten up your breakfast. The trees outside provide privacy for a large portion of the year.
The table becomes part of the kitchen island’s design and visually extends the flow of the surfaces. Appearing to float above the green lawn this addition extends the interiors offering a new space for the family to relax and socialize in. Increased comfort and a reorganization of the spaces landed this family their dream home.
Wooden ceilings make the whole area so admirable and so do the brick walls. Metal rods that hold the lighting props which run across on the ceilings are kept exposed. The flooring looks as if it has been made to reflect the ceiling while the pillars sport a rustic look and the multi-paned windows have helped it maintain the elegance.
A cleft between the high roofs and the walls allows for free passage of air and light into all the levels and there is ample natural ventilation. The architecture relies on minimal use of walls and they have been erected only in places where they are necessary with glass extensively and expansively filling up in most other places. From the highway the house appears too short and lying on its backdrop is the large beautiful ocean.
Vibrant colors for your house you say; here’s this incredible residence in Ankara Turkey — the Going from red to orange and violet at night and having almost all shades and tints for the interiors this three-storey wonder is surrounded by urban buildings and the Middle East Technical University forest hence offering a cool sight all around. Add to all these that it’s been built on a steep surface with a floor plan of over 1050 square meters and you’ll agree with us saying that this is an amazing dream house.
Belgian studio Cocoon Architecten started from an existing farmhouse in Genk Belgium and constructed a modern oasis of comfort prepared to take on a new lifestyle. The Framework House now displays the existing building and an additional black volume facing the street.
The other side of the black wall facing the street is white and flooded with light from above where a long and narrow skylight ensures that natural light will flood the adjacent living space separated by a glass wall. Inside this ample space the living continues with a dining/cooking area. There is an expansive food preparation area that should provide enough room for any size feast.