A wardrobe separates this dressing over the rest of the room. The separation between the main entrance and the dining area is done through a storage wall continues into the kitchen and serves as a storage room and closet, well adapted to house equipment in this part of the house. Don’t worry they are gluten-free-vegan ; You can find out more or switch them off if you prefer. We understand the quality of this translation is not excellent and we are working to replace these with high quality human translations. This environment has a large corner used as a living room and a large dressing room that faces the bathroom, both towards the street frontage which receive light. On the left, becomes a gallery leading to the bedroom wing, the principal at the end of the hall and half a guest room with bath for both at the same level. The inner gate is near the longitudinal center axis of movement.
The floor slab is continuous from the interior to the terrace. The duo of architects had in mind to incorporate the surrounding landscape into the living area — dining, surrounding large windows, large window on the side wall and a fixed glass roof is moved into creating an angle to the side wall of the terrace rear deck angle that is highlighted by an indoor-outdoor planter beside which his located a door connecting the living room with the terrace. This house is designed for a family of adults, so that the arrangement of the rooms along a corridor is plausible and desirable. Sliding doors from floor to ceiling in the rest of the front that looks to nature. The garage is accessed from the side street. Close to this point is the boiler room.
Indirect lighting, supplemented by some direct points of light are used in all kempsr. The door is a single piece, with good design, recessed hinges and two fixed translucent glass panels that flank. A wardrobe separates this dressing over the rest of the room. The garage is accessed from the side street. Accessibility to the kitchen is practically expected.
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This space achieves privacy by the angle of the front wall, the privileged status of a group of trees and the fall of the tsudy. Sliding doors from floor to ceiling in the rest of the front that looks to nature. The inward deflection of the sidewall of the study creates a corner that comes forward that protects the sliding windows stucy the rooms.
The inner gate is near the longitudinal center axis of movement. Interest was also paid by large openings to the outside, allowing a fluid design between indoor-outdoor spaces. The rear overhang extends many feet above the dining terrace and large windows can slide up behind the chimney, providing flexibility in the dining room that you can use the covered terrace. The floor slab is continuous from the interior to the terrace.
Frameworks wood resting on a concrete slab, adapted to the contours and soil movements.
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In creating the structure nokland son Kemper used frames and wooden beams Weldtex, large glass walls framing or plywood, resting on a concrete slab. This house is designed for a family of adults, so that the arrangement of the rooms along a corridor is plausible and desirable. The huge glass walls and a heating system on the ground were the most notable features of this house. The study, which only has a masonry wall in front, receives abundant natural light through the glass panels from floor to ceiling on the wall flanking the entrance and sliding doors, glass also, on the opposite wall that open to the partially etudy terrace.
The sliding glass doors are framed by bands or aluminum tubular sections.
The sink, equipped with electric dishwasher, beneath the large window facing the side street. Cookies Yo must try some of our cookies. Architecture is better explained in images Follow us on Instagram!
The study, which communicates with the environment is a little higher. The master bedroom is down the hall, to the left of the main entrance.
Case Study House nº10
Like most of the Case Study Houses, the project connects the interior with the exterior through large sliding glass doors, with little variety of materials in its construction. To the left of the study retracted and covered porch runs the rooms. The narrow entrance porch is hidden by the studio wall on one side and the back of the garage on the other, although the latter is cooled with window boxes. Most of the interior panels of plywood are birch and mahogany, some of which are used for storage cupboards.
The open fireplace, placed on one side, the only interruption in the complete opening of the face of the house. Three sides are enclosed with large windows flush with countertops or furniture. The duo of architects had in mind to incorporate the surrounding landscape into the living area — dining, surrounding large windows, large window on the side wall and a fixed glass roof is moved into creating an angle to the side wall of the terrace rear stuyd angle that is highlighted by an indoor-outdoor planter beside which his located a door connecting the living room with the terrace.
The use of translucent glass responds to demand the feeling of openness and light without sacrificing privacy.
Close to this point is syudy boiler room. The Case Study House No. Due to the slope of the hillside, the rooms of the house should be located strategically at various levels, allowing architects to use a simple cover for the whole house, parallel to the ground slope.
Industrial materials such as plywood and corrugated wire glass were used in the construction of walls and windows, as it separates the bedroom area from the living room, stud of corrugated translucent glass.
The rear wall of the garage, at an angle to the wall that limits the passage from the kitchen to the laundry, has a broad and deep storage space and work under windows overlooking the garden.
With a fall towards the back and a smaller one to the side of the street, houxe house is placed parallel to it on its front side.