- Revolutionary Lulla cot design from recycled materials
- granite tiles gray
- Suspension wire
- Wicker chairs in living area designed
- Vanity with two sinks
- Double roller blinds blind master
- The thatched roof: a classic
- 88 ideas for the design of the wall of wood, stone, wallpaper and more
- Open dining room with adjacent terrace
Live close to nature – Haus am See combines architecture and nature
Located in a remote area in Marlbourgh a lake house combines modern architecture with nature. The client has the specifications of been for him a house charges, his family and guests. The Bossley Architects were inspired by the beauty of the place and prepared a draft of the house opens onto the landscape.
Lake House impressed with wooden facade
The Lake House by Bossley Architects was built from wood and glass, and extends along the coast. The richly glazed facade allows sufficient sunlight in the living room. The building consists of several volumes of construction, which are connected by a long corridor. The beams are the northern part of the house, and a large balcony extends southward. The innovative design has brought many awards and honors architects.
Lake House doctoral live close to nature
The Lake House has even comfortable interior. The use of wood defines the living room - wooden furniture, flooring and wood siding dominate the living room. A fireplace and make it look Shaggyteppich rustic room. In the bathroom, a freestanding bath is made of wood. Green mosaic tiles are in line with the overall concept. On the second floor are the bedrooms, the dining room are with a small kitchen and a bedroom. For the wife of the owner of the house, a small reading area with leather chair and a library was created. Wood is the connecting element between the different areas of the house. This natural material creates a visual link between the inside and outside as well.
Bossley Architects are a renowned architects firm that specializes in innovative and practical projects for the public and private sector. They provided including art galleries, museums, restaurants and houses galleries.
Kitchen with wood paneling
Dining Room Furniture - Wooden furniture
Bathroom with green mosaic tiles
Front window open house
The northern part of the building