Chic renovated apartment in long Iceland – eco-friendly hub
Long you named the Orient Iceland House IV as the second most efficient structure, with regard to energy saving, and that says a lot about the ecological consciousness, which has played a role in the renovation of this 1970 integrated residential building in itself. The restoration of the classic House was by the company Porter Ryall Sheridan architects taken over, which was not only a keen sense for modern stylistic and aesthetic design are incorporated into the project, but integrated also an abundance of cool special features, so that the apartment has turned into an eco-friendly hub. It contributed its uncomplicated design, its spacious interiors and the grandiose use of glass to the casual contemporary look important.
one named House IV the Orient as the second most efficient structure, what concerns energy saving
The special features of the apartment – like for example compact structure, thermal Windows, double insulation of the walls, a great system for heat recovery, and ample ventilation, determine the high efficiency of energy consumption, which was achieved in the project of Orient House IV. The diagonally rising down, covered by a luxuriant vegetation area ensures that the environment meets the profile of the House. Floor to ceiling glass Windows allow natural light in amounts flowing in without the prospect of the landscape from long to discriminate against Iceland in the slightest.
The environment represents the profile of the House
The exterior of the House are clad in recycled were wood, while the interiors, in which the striking effort by wood and stone fall in the eye, show off with a rustic charm. To get the room tidy and free of pomp, you decided for a stylish and minimalist decor, where is due to the calming and relaxing atmosphere in the House of muted tones. The facilities of the peaceful apartment is complemented by warm lighting and ergonomic shelf areas. With its Schichtheit, efficiency and unobtrusive elegance Orient offers the perfect refuge opportunity House IV, if you want to escape the wild rush and hectic lifestyle of New York!
Compact structure, thermal Windows, double insulation of walls
The restoration of the classic House was taken over by the company Porter Ryall Sheridan architects
Sustainable and environmentally friendly
The exterior of the House was covered with recycled were wood
Simple design, spacious interior, and the grandiose use of glass
recreation area – relax Lounge next to the fireplace installation
Kitchen and dining area in one – day light brightens the room
white wood ceiling – minimalist furnishings
Bedroom design – built-in white wardrobe, plain metal Chair and table complete the minimalist furnishings