- Villa G
- Planet Marseille
- Onda designer kitchen wooden veneers of Franco Druisso for Arrital
- Tinker Air Decoration for Christmas tree with children
- Stone house with thatched roof in organic form
- In the garden a canopy of flowers
- Red Sofa
- Sky blue headboard with matching bedside table
- Second floor in a checkerboard pattern
- Big umbrella
Living in a glass timber and cozy lodge room – "B" Casa
Built on a gently sloping hillside, glazed on both sides, designed in modern living pavilion open and spacious wood and glass is characterized by a simple and clean design. House roof plan with the name of "B" is a modern residential project CH + QS Arquitectos, made in 2011 Berrocal, Segovia, Spain.
"B" house ch + qs arquitectos - flag simple life made of wood
The living pavilion has a modern appearance, characterized by the use of wood both on the front and inside the building. The two-story building with a flat roof has a fully equipped kitchen and a large dining area and doors providing access to the outside rails.
B House in Segovia - modern residential project
"B" House combines the fresh look of a glass facade with the warmth of wood and offers quality technical equipment and outstanding design. The first look at the revelation life simple and minimalist wooden pavilion was designed by ch + qs arquitectos so, so that it blends with the surrounding environment. 15 years ago, the prairie was purchased Berrocal, but only 12 years later, the architects decided to build a home, a refuge in the midst of nature that reflects the surrounding environment.
House with a view of the west and east
Throughout the region, in all seasons, dominates the color yellow, producers say. In spring, the meadows and valleys yellow light. Fields of golden yellow corn ripen in the hot summer sun Castilian. In autumn, nature reveals itself magnificently in a yellow glow. Yellow lightning tearing the winter sky. In short, the yellow was the only color that would best describe the local landscape. The yellow door and a fireplace yellow make an elegant transition between nature and architecture.
"B" House - a shelter in harmony with nature
The interior wood and natural materials dominate. The use of wood for floors and ceilings creates a warm atmosphere around the living pavilion. In the West, revealed the prospect of brambles, moss rocks and trees of ash, and it is, you can enjoy the mountain that can be dyed bright yellow in the evening light. A dream romance!
Photo: FG + SG
The living pavilion should blend in with the environment
The ground floor is incorporated into the soil
A platform is available
House built on the hillside
A look inside the building
The yellow door
Room light and airy
Wood panels provide heat