- Table for balcony
- Bathroom in white, cream and brown
- Stool "Triton" at the kitchen counter
- Build raised flower beds, benches and gabion fences yourself – gabions in the garden
- Acoustic panels and other innovative applications Sponge
- Standing fireplace, impressed by the style and practicality
- Link Shelving Florian Gross offers great freedom of design
- ceiling with recessed lighting design as an accent – Apartment in Brazil
- Rustic Vanity
- Retro sofa with gray finish
Home modern fisherman Simon Gill Architects Batak, Bulgaria
Modern house fisherman Simon Gill Architects fits perfectly into the beautiful landscape of beach Batak dam, near the same city, Bulgaria. The site is located on a hill in a rural area and offers a creative variety. The cottage has all the modern amenities and invites you to linger. The seashore provides each customer with a breathtaking view of the lake. The orientation of the building is designed so that the front of the fishing lodge focuses on the landscape and a wide view of the press.
Modern house fisherman blends with the natural environment
To protect the public, you may find peace, relaxation and recreation, in the midst of one of the most beautiful regions of Bulgaria and an ideal base for fishing trips. Fisherman's house is modern sprawling hill, so that the temperature is kept constant . The merger with a compact pendant consists of 4 large bedrooms, each with bathroom and view of the reservoir up to the mountains on the horizon.
Cosy fisherman's cottage country
The proximity of the Batak dam increases the attractiveness of the fishing hut. Outside of a building has been decorated in a deep black. This contrast is running a curved concrete roof with a wide Flachdachegrünung. This keeps the balance between sustainability and the modern look. The colors of the wood exploding green natural image. Inside, the light wall color is enhanced by dark wood. The light is directed in particular high-level windows and skylights in the rooms.
Fisherman's House in Batak, Bulgaria
Modern house fisherman Simon Gill Architects based in London reduces the negative impact on the immediate concern. The solar cells are used to heat the water. The hot water for central heating, it also pan.
Home of fixed fishing blends into the hill
Subtly curved front facade with dark wood trim
A volume compact and very well insulated
Extensive green roof
The interior is sunny
On the ground floor, the main functions such as the kitchen, dining room, living room
Moai guest house near Seoul last holiday park for the purists
Camping cabin for camping, which releases the view to the horizon