The interior of the house provides food for the senses for every taste. We can see the beauty of the concept, hear the sounds of the river from the backyard, feel the wood, textiles, and stone, inhale the aromas of the forest, and enjoy life in any of the house's locations. Comfort, calmness, and space - are the main motives that come to mind in such a place.
Japandi story605,0 m²
This interior looks like a Scandinavian style, and from another angle, it looks Japanese. Yes, it's Japan+Scandi=JapanDi, a combination of two worlds. Minimalism, functionality, and combination of light and natural materials. Peace and balance immediately settle in such a house, the wabi-sabi approach allows you to achieve a refined beauty due to the simplicity of lines and contents, with its cracks and scuffs, which over time will only benefit such an interior.
This single-storey building is situated amidst a softwood forest. The allotment’s size and its terrain allowed for designing a lengthy structure with rectangular blocks made of wood (complete with the largest windows possible) cutting through it.
That solution produced the usonia effect.
The overall structure gives the impression of being repped right from a modern Scandinavian tale, with its spirit, its mood and its openness preserved.
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