Relaxing house design with captivating natural details in Washington
More than a comfortable holiday home is surrounded by a green labyrinth, the urban cabin, a project designed by the Archutekturstudio Suyama Peterson Deguchi in Washington. Being in the heart of a spectacular venue, the House reflects the need to really be connected to live harmoniously with nature. The urban cabin was designed for an easy life.
Was surrounded by vegetation the House (designed for a couple that already knows the place) carefully protected from the eyes of the neighbors. It is hidden by üpprige nature.
The building serves as an escape from the crowded cities
“Conceptually, the design was inspired by a juniper tree in the forest. The idea of a picnic in a hut has the project both influenced with regard to the form of the building, as also the minimum program requirements. For all programme elements has been omitted on the exaggerations and the whole thing was reduced to the elementary.”
As soon as you enter into the House, they can watch the natural influences: an improvised tree is at the core of the House, while the wooden tiles which adorn the walls, create a pleasant (and authentic natural) atmosphere. The building conveys the idea that the boundaries between the two environments disappear, tile in the outside lounge area were used. They surrounded the residents and offer these additional privacy, whenever you want to enjoy a relaxing sunbath.
The exterior is minimalistic design – concrete flooring
Wooden plates cover the walls – kitchen worktop illuminated by the light
Dining area and kitchen worktop
backyard of the House – art grass taking on large garden area ,recreation area and cleverly thought out design – privacy of wooden panels
the bedroom borders on the sun terrace
Feng Shui setup in the bedroom – window behind the bedWooden furniture
Living area with soft chairs and armchairs
Recreation area in the nature – massive wood furniture