Crosshatch extension of "tetris" effect house with wooden keys
The super talented architects of the company “Crosshatch” have built a great home extension. Completed in 2018, it is aimed at a young family with two children who needed more space. Thus, the designers faced the challenge of creating an additional living space while adding a third bedroom and another bathroom. Deavita will familiarize you with the interior decoration, which is extremely welcoming and contemporary. In addition, during the construction of the extension, the architects kept the recycled bricks on the facade.
Tetris effect home extension offering more comfort and space for a young family
When it comes to gaining more space , the home extension is an ideal solution as it is open to many interpretations. To create an open, airy space, the architects relied on black folding glass windows in unison with the brick facade. Above, you can also notice the kitchen and the dining room created during the construction of the house extension. The wooden furniture is of choice, which adds a warm touch to the living areas.
However, it is essential to explore the kitchen wood and white whose clean lines and furniture without handle contribute to the cozy and sophisticated decor. Capturing the light was actually a priority when installing the south-facing house extension. This was achieved thanks to the introduction of a central courtyard and some strategically placed windows.
Indeed, thanks to the minimalist and open decor of the house, the extension of house seems much larger than it really is. The common goal of customers and architects was to bring the outdoors indoors. And that’s the role of the large windows and the folding patio doors that open onto the central courtyard. Thus, this outdoor living space connects the old with the new while enhancing the sense of space.
The forms of the house extension are arranged so as to express the game of tetris. This interesting concept adds a playful effect to the brick facade. In addition, the cladding heats the atmosphere while remaining faithful to the interior decoration. And now, take a look at the picture gallery that follows and immerse yourself in the comfort of this charming house.
* Architects: Crosshatch
* Image credits: Jaime Diaz-Berrio