Dubbed the mezzanine level of this house hovering above the kitchen and the living area holds two bedrooms and makes the most of the height of the interior. Designed by Architekti Šercel Švec the house was built on a base plate to protect the existing root system of vegetation on the landscape and this helped sustain a lush green garden that is connected with the interior visually. Sliding glass doors offer unabated views of the neighborhood even while extending the living room into the wooden deck and garden outside.
Glass windows and doors along with the central glass wedge and the bay windows bring in a flood of natural light to fashion a cheerful and refreshing ambiance. Shades of gray white and black dominate the open plan living space kitchen and dining room on the lower level of the house. The top floor contains four bedrooms bathrooms two game rooms and additional spaces.
Green design is definitely ‘in’ and has been so for a while now. Offering benefits that go beyond just eco-friendly perks smart energy-efficient home design can cut back on your power bills and create a more harmonious interior.
It is the creative folks from DADA & Partners that came up with a design that borrows from the aesthetics of a ‘gallery’ even while offering ample privacy and a smart interaction between the different public zones.
The concrete lower structure offers a perfect stable base for the four-bedroom residence with the cor-ten walls and roof of the top level bringing in the wow factor. On the inside the image changes dramatically with neutral hues and the warmth of wood offering a relaxing contemporary retreat.