- Drawings and layout of the apartments and houses of favorite series
- Low design and leather armchair in a modern living room
- Cozy corner under the stairs
- Gray-blue wall in the living room
- Sleeping area with access to terrace
- The Bridge House – a practical design solution
- Modern glass house erases the line between inside and outside
- Thumbnail baby room – choose a practical bed with bars
- Bunk beds for small spaces
- Chairs for outdoor use
Modern flat roof house blends in harmoniously with the forest landscape
The coach house has a flat roof in modern Cachaga, Chile, a project Gubbins Arquitectos. The interior is made up of a series of spaces that are visually connected to each other and the landscape out of the forest.
Modern house flat roof in the forest of Chile
To break the typical spatial distribution of residence, kitchen, living room, dining room and bedrooms are divided into a number of different areas. This creates an open living space stretched, which is much more attractive than the typical urban layout.
Modern flat roof House of Gubbins Arquitectos
Not only the exterior design of the house, but also the interior design must harmonize visually with the surrounding landscape. This was achieved by using its interesting architectural style elongated, which allows residents to discover new perspectives - from the roof of the courtyard from the living room or hallway houses along a stone foundation under the house.
Bench on the roof
The main facade of the north (23.5 meters wide and 3.1 meters high) is fully glazed and offers the ability to transform into a large solar sensor that emits the energy captured during the night. The light is given from the walls, concrete slabs and roof. The use of concrete as the main material creates a feeling of weight and stability. Its full color and the surrounding trees can be combined perfectly with different textures and raw wood.
beautiful color of the concrete
Sidewalk behind the house
modern building on a slope
Glass facade in the north
The input is lower than the volume of the concrete
Glass walls and open plan living spaces
Cement, wood and glass