House and Cottage

The castle house: a manor in the Romanesque style with an area of ​​286 meters

This country house is really all itslooks like a medieval castle, with a long history. Two floors, a turret and a multi-pitched roof - in the design of the cottage there are also notes of classics, and the influence of Gothic, and even a bit of a Romanesque style. The question of building your own country house can and should be approached creatively. If you love history, especially the Middle Ages, and find inspiration in any attributes of the time, then this project of the cottage will obviously have to taste. Plans are attached, as well as photographs of facades and interiors, which wealthy owners have not yet managed to call in. We learned the opinion of professionals about this structure. This 286 square meter country cottagemeters was designed with clear inspiration from European castles. That is why it looks so massive - the brick decoration of the facades is successfully combined with textured stone, and the original architecture of the windows, domed roofs and brutal shutters only enhance the immersion effect. Inside, the interiors tend to be open-plan with vaulted ceilings and wooden beams. Regina Urm, interior designer: - In my opinion, such a cottage is more suitable for middle-aged people who prefer classic interiors designed for many years. It seems to me that the house lacks territory and landscape design - it could be a beautiful garden with wrought-iron benches and a pond. It is also incomprehensible why the architect did not foresee a porch at the main entrance - it would be useful here. Obviously, the hosts love travel, aswith separate elements of architecture, this house-castle resembles buildings that can be found in France, Germany, Italy. By adding a moat with water and a drawbridge here, you can most authentically recreate the medieval era on a tiny site, without fearing a sudden attack from a neighboring feudal lord. Because he will not be able to capture. Violetta Paslar, Megapolistroy: - The exterior of this house is impressive! Who doesn't want to live in a castle? Pure Romanesque style! Due to the huge rounded arches, the house becomes even more spacious and lighter. But I would like to immediately note that the house is very cold, there is a feeling that drafts are constantly blowing there. I immediately remember novels from English classics. Perhaps the interior interior lacks vivid and bright colors, paintings, photo wallpapers or drawings on the walls. The interior and layout of the house is well thought out.On two floors there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large living room with access to an open veranda. Immediately you can imagine how the owners of the house will hold romantic get-togethers with barbecue and delicious wine on it! A staircase is hidden in the aforementioned round tower, as befits any medieval castles. And in the garage, of course, it will not be possible to organize a parking lot for horses or carriages, but two medium-sized cars will fit there. Regina Urm, interior designer: - Ceiling beams are successfully integrated into the interior, the staircase has beautiful steps and original railings, as well as natural light. There is a light French classic in the style, but I still want to add light arches, white stonework and textures to the walls. Confused by the presence of a long elongated corridor between the two bedrooms on the first floor, as well as a combined toilet. This is not a good idea in my opinion. Violetta Paslar, Megapolistroy: - The staircase is magnificent! Cast iron forging (stainless steel) with leaf decor, rounded shapes and natural wood - all this makes it the highlight of this house. But the kitchen is very modest, with a small work area. Apparently, the owners of the house will not cook. Regina Urm, interior designer: - The interior also lacks textile design and any original details that are simply necessary for a successful composition. Without a designer, it will be difficult for customers to finish the furnishing and decorative design of the project. Very well looks the design of the bathrooms - a combination of ceramic granite stylized, and a small mosaic, reminiscent of bronze coins. But the shower head, sticking out of the wall, I would replace, for example, on the ceiling. Also, for certain it will be difficult for the owners to independently design the attic room on the second floor, it has very dim lighting and a broken structure.

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