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* Residential Architecture: Holiday Home at Aluksnes Lake by AB3D Ltd.

Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Residential Architecture: Holiday Home at Aluksnes Lake by AB3D Ltd.: “..a contemporary villa designed to complement the surrounding landscape. It sits on the slope, making only one level of the two-level structure visible from the access road. Curvy topography of the place demanded reverse functional order, hence bedrooms and other private functions, including fireplace area and wine cabinet, are placed on the ground level, but living rooms with the dining area and kitchen are organised on the second level. The idea of the third level in a form of viewing platform was developed during the construction works..All materials used in construction and cladding are chosen for long-term use and include concrete, glass and thermowood. Most of the furniture – cabinets, wardrobes, kitchen and others – are part of the architectural design and provide the connection between architecture and interior. The elegance of modern rural living is accentuated by furniture, a comfortable and light design classic..A significant functional element of the house is number of terraces, open and closed, located near different functional areas and providing intimate atmosphere in close vicinity of nature. Considering volume and details, the whole architectural concept is both, compact and monumental..”  Lovely site, extensive glazing, natural light and views; numerous terraces including roof terrace; wood cladding, wood interior details; indoor/outdoor sensibility..

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image: © Edgars Gribusts; article: “Holiday Home at Aluksnes Lake / AB3D Ltd.” 03 Jul 2012. ArchDaily.<;


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