Japanese design studio Mizuishi Architect Atelier, the city of Tokyo, designed for a couple with a child, a unique project of a two-story house. On a plot of land with a total area of just over fifty five square meters, an unusual by design and ingenious in embodiment was built a long narrow house.
Old sea containers were used as the backbone of a residential building, a system called WFH. WFH is a patented modular building system based on the principle of using standard modules that make up the building structure. The advantages of this construction technology are: - a first-class internal climate, - low energy consumption, - environmentally friendly materials, - a very short construction period, - speed of disassembly and relocation, - low construction costs, - suitable for cramped conditions, since the containers are made in factory conditions - the structure can be adapted to natural disasters such as earthquakes.
The log house design project was developed for a family of three. According to the author, his main intention was to create an interior in which all tenants would be comfortable and comfortable, and natural motifs and shades were used for the decor. The total area of the house is 360 square meters, it is completely built of Arkhangelsk wood, logs with a diameter of 32 centimeters serve as the external and internal design of the interior of a log house.
In one of the villages near Moscow, among the birches and limes, this country house is located. The interior of the house in the style of minimalism is made both outside and inside. The first impression is rather gloomy, the structure is built entirely of glass and gray concrete, there is nothing “alive” in its appearance, but such is the interior design in the style of minimalism, on the one hand the lack of unnecessary details and simple lines to get cold enough, but on the other, let yourself free and take a break from information overload.
The trend towards suburban construction of houses from environmentally friendly materials is victoriously marching around the world, and Russia is no exception. Many private buildings are built of wood, and therefore there is a need for interior designers to find new solutions, for example for the design of houses from glued laminated timber.
For a full-fledged country cottage, not its volume is important, but a well-planned and realized space. How to use the meters with the greatest return, showed brilliantly one of the best architects in Sweden Gert Wingardh, who managed to create a completely stunning design of a small private house.
In Russia, there is still no general tendency to acquire housing in the highlands. So far, few can afford to have a beautiful home in the mountains. However, there is a certain interest in the purchase of such real estate, mainly from young businessmen who have acquired such housing as a base for family vacations.
The history of minimalism in architecture has only about half a century. As a style, minimalism is intended to expose the essence of the object through its succinct embodiment. As is clear from the name “minimalism” - this is all at a minimum, minimum lines, minimum color gamut, minimum details. The only thing in this style maximum is the space and light.
This wooden country house is built in a picturesque place of the Karelian Isthmus. It is surrounded by a pine forest, not far from the entrance to Lake Mednoe. The construction used Finnish technology. Customers wanted this house to be harmonious, not too bright, sustained in one tone. In the design of the house of glued laminated timber, it was possible to take into account the different tastes of its future residents and to combine the classic decoration with the latest architectural innovations.
Private houses are now being built in large quantities. In terms of cost, volume and interior decoration, buildings can be very different, but most often they are two-story houses, so the question uniting all the projects is the same - what should be the design of the stairs to the second floor .
What should be a beautiful house in the forest? The answer to this question was found by American architects Ward-young architecture, having designed a comfortable and modern dwelling, which reflected both architectural traditions and modern ideas. The interior of a country cottage uses classic forms and avant-garde solutions.
It is traditionally considered that speaking of "wood inside a house" means finishing floors, walls, less often a ceiling and in some cases the presence of dwarf trees in a dwelling. Architects from Hironaka Ogawa & Associates changed the view on the concept of a tree inside the house. For their client from Kagawa, Japan, they created a stunning and unusual interior design in which trees live and interact in the same space with the owners of the house.
For her family, designer Natalia Maslova, has developed a wonderful interior of a country house in the style of a chalet. The area of the whole room is more than three hundred meters, the ground floor is one hundred eighty-three, the vast attic is located on one hundred twenty-four meters. The first floors of country houses in the style of a chalet are usually trimmed with stone, which protects the walls from rotting, in this case only wood covered with special structures was used.
Those who like space, mountain peaks, peace and complete peace, will certainly enjoy a private house in the mountains, designed by the architectural studio Pearson Design Group. The great success of the designers was the organic incorporation of the house into the surrounding nature. Materials and colors are also chosen flawlessly, and decorating techniques delight the depth of taste, unexpected in such a separation from the benefits of civilization.
An unusual decision was chosen for its house on the peninsula in New Zealand by its owners. A modern small house is fixed on runners, and can move according to the will of its owners, changing its location. Such a decision is dictated not by the whim of the hosts, but by the most severe necessity: in this area the relief of the coast very often changes, and in order to live near the sea, you have to move along with the coastline.
The furniture in the house is mostly old, restored by the owner’s hands, practically did not buy anything. The only exceptions were glass tables and a large sofa. Since the family owns a small furniture workshop, all the necessary furniture was made there, and some items were found on furniture ruins and flea markets.
The interior of the mobile home is very discreet and at the same time expressive. It has everything that is necessary for modern living - a kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom, and a rest area. There is even a guest bedroom, as the hosts are welcoming and love to host friends in their home. This mobile home wagon with a trailer can serve as a model not only for the design of the trailer, but also in the event that you want to build a small house on a common foundation - for example, as a guest.
The interior of the country house rooms is also maximally simplified and made in natural colors, which enhances the state of harmony of people in it. One of the interesting findings in the design and interior of a country house has become unusual combinations of materials. For example, plastic siding and natural stone coexist in the facade, smooth walls in the living room are combined with masonry of wild stone, in the bedroom snow-white plaster naturally goes into the “deck boards” of the headboard, rising to the full height of the room.
The cottage is ideally inscribed in the landscape: it seems to be “slipping” from the slope, clinging at different levels for uneven terrain. So that the house really did not slide down, it was necessary to strengthen the foundation with the help of powerful supports hammered into the rock. The view from this unusual house with an ocean view opens in different directions and is striking in its picturesqueness: lying in the bedroom, you can admire the continuous movement of the waves, sitting in the living room, overlooking the rocks on the coast.
To admire the view from the window in any weather - that was his main desire, and the designers went forward: one of the walls of the house, facing the lake, was made completely glass. This wall-window makes it possible to observe the lake all year round, without paying attention to the vagaries of the weather. In the forest there should be no buildings too evolving from the environment - this is how the owner decided.