- Terrace canopy "Mistral" pratic in contemporary design
- The rugged beauty of concrete – concrete wall and concrete furniture
- Ceiling panels white with transom
- 28 country-style Tuscan kitchens that will make you want to cook
- Convertible Baby Crib with modern design for the new nursery
- How to manage a small apartment?
- The rooms can accommodate light beige and white
- Kitchen worktop wooden retro
- House minimalist architect concrete and glass in the desert
- Large living room with gray sofa
The modern architecture and the ratio of inside and outside
Modern architecture knows no limits and always tries to connect seamlessly inside and outside space. Whether through the floor to ceiling sliding glass windows or large doors. This is also the case in this modern home in the Balearic Islands, Spain. The client had the desire to own a home, where merge inside and outside. As a result, the Spanish architect in collaboration with Ferran Visozo Jesús Cardona, designed the house with four decks and four skylights.
Modern architecture blurs the boundaries between inside and outside
Modern architecture has irregular angles, which are carefully designed around the triangular terraces opposite hoppers. Each framed view of the landscape as carefully designed. If the doors of each room are open and hidden in the walls, the house seems to be a large covered porch.
Modern architecture Ferran Visozo in the Balearic Islands
Triangular in each of "flags" livable let light flood the interior spaces with prismatic refractions, framing a view of the sky skylights. by simple maneuvers, the house, different rooms - bedroom and living room - separated from the outside at any time to reopen so they can be surrounded on all sides by wooded site.
Four terraces and four skylights
small triangular terrace
small terrace with a funnel
Kitchen and dining room
Sliding glass doors open
facilitate access to the terrace
a large terrace with seating area
open living spaces
pure white bedroom set
Room pure white bathroom design
3D model of the house
Plans and drawings
Photos by © Jose Hevia