Glass wall and minimalist decor in an architect's house
The architecture firm “100A associates” imagined and designed a house at first sight simple but with great potential. It was completed in 2018 and occupies an area of 95.93 m². Regarding the exterior of the house, the architects have focused on the classic: a black facade whose glass wall gives it a movement effect. In addition, a high stone wall offers the owners an optimal comfort far from curious eyes. The interior also enjoys abundant natural light and advocates minimalist style . Continue reading and discover the simple but cozy furnishings of the house “SIHORU”.
The glass wall energizes the black facade while bringing light into the interior
You aim to create an interior bathed in light? The glass wall is the ideal solution. It not only offers bright decor but also offers views of the surrounding landscape. Moreover, “SIHORU” is a building that blends into the landscape in a harmonious way. Here, the choice of natural materials is preferred and this is clearly visible in the contemporary cuisine above. The glass wall adapts perfectly to wooden furniture as well as to the concrete floor.
For information, glazed constructions are present everywhere in the house. Note the bedroom above where wood and white decor contributes to the bright space. In addition, the sliding glass doors give access to a small Zen garden which invites a natural touch inside.
The goal of the architects was to combine different natural materials that harmonize with each other. This is also true for the black bathroom which benefits from a sleek and elegant design. Natural stone is the touch of wood echo all contributing to the Zen atmosphere. In addition, the large window bathes the bathroom of light while the green plants bring freshness.
The glass wall contrasts with the natural stone while energizing the black facade
“SIHORU” has a simple but elegant and super cozy design
Privilege the glass wall to admire the beautiful views
Indirect lighting is very trendy and enhances the glass wall
Large sliding wooden doors delimit the different living spaces in a natural way
Small windows let the light enter in a discreet way
Natural stone in the bathroom creates a zen atmosphere
The schemas of the project
* Architects: 100A associates