House and Cottage

How to build a house in a very narrow area: an example from Australia

What if the territory of your home with twoparties prop up at home, and the site is so small that even a driveway should not be dreamed of? Australians in this situation refuse half the windows and equip the courtyard inside the house. In prosperous Australia, too, there are difficulties with too small, uncomfortable and narrow areas. This is exactly what happened to the customer who applied for help in the architectural office of Inglis Architects. There was a narrow strip of land, squeezed on both sides by neighboring buildings, which made the work of the architects unspeakably complicated. As a result, the two-story house lost windows from both "deaf" sides, and acquired a spectacular front facade with a "grid" of painted white brick. The interior space is decided, as expected, vertically - on the lower level there is a garage and public areas, on the upper level there are bedrooms. In the central part of the building there is a smallA cozy niche with a tiny patio. In addition to the neighborhood with nature, this piece of land is an additional and in many ways necessary source of natural light. Editorial opinion:- In conditions of insufficient windows and, as a consequence, sunlight, the most correct solution would be to decorate the interior with the maximum use of natural materials. By balancing in this way the lack of connection with nature. As for the complex geometry (different from the square), it would be more reasonable to arrange it, emphasizing the architectural features - this can be done both with the help of the shape of the furniture and the corresponding decor. notes.analogdialog.com

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