House and Cottage

House overlooking the Alps, an example of which will inspire you

How can I live in a glass cube, why buildFuchsia-colored curtains, how minimalistic can a kitchen be and why are couples enough for a full-sized living room? Answers - in our new material Why break already built? This must have been the question asked by the architect Ralph German when he first saw the arsenal storehouse of the Second World War. The building, hidden in the depths of the Alps, even had its own "name" - B47. The architect did not raise his hand to destroy the creature, once lovingly called a mysterious alphanumeric combination, and he decided to apply his talent in a somewhat different, more creative direction. So the light appeared an apartment building with a very unusualinternal structure and rich military past. The interior space trimmed with wood consists of two cubic structures. The first - glass, includes public areas, the second - wooden, conceals in itself a bathroom of a cheerful shade of fuchsia, and also serves as a headboard for a bed. The living area here is represented by modestThe chairs are lightweight construction, centered around the fireplace. Probably, the house is supposed to be rented to holidaymakers, or used as a "weekend house". In any case, it is not supposed to waste time on the mournful gatherings in front of the TV. Nearby - dining area with a concise table andchairs. Tinted they repeat the finish: a wooden table is chosen for a tone darker than the walls, chairs - a tone lighter than the floor. Simple and organic. To the dining area adjoins the kitchen - a small island includes everything necessary, while it takes a minimum of area. The bedroom stands directly from the wooden cube and echoes the bathroom with its bright veil.

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