GITC arquitectura turned to a concrete plinth to give the home a structurally sound base with Chilean wood glass and concrete shaping the interior. It is the first level of the house that contains the double height living area along with other public spaces while the second level holds the expansive bedrooms along with the bathrooms. Confined to the basement are the music room recreational zones home theater and other fun spaces. A beautiful stairwell connects the various levels even while allowing for unhindered flow of light.
There are moments in our daily life when we surely would love to get away from it all – the constant race with time the never-ending rush of life and unending noise. designed by PENELAS ARCHITECTS offers this prefect and serene getaway that is both mesmerizing and relaxing at the same time.
It is once again polished white finishes combined with woodsy warmth that hold sway here. The dining area sits in an entirely different room with a unique backdrop crafted using the Woods wallpaper and plenty of white!
If the 90’s were all about rigid cubicles and an intentional disconnect from immediate surroundings the last decade has turned this around completely with open inviting interior design. Finding that ideal balance between privacy and openness coupled with smart indoor-outdoor interplay is what you get at the cheerful in Venice.
The stone wall offers much more than support to the cantilevered structure as it divides the home into social and private spaces even as concrete pillars offer further support. With an elevated design the house gives those inside a smart view of the river from almost every level inside.