Contemporary House with Fully Glazed First Floor

Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor

This contemporary house is collaboration between Brendeland & Kristoffersen Architects and Simen Stori. The building is 120 square meters with public areas located on the first of two floors. These areas are opened to the surroundings in quite unusual way. All external walls one this floor are fully glazed. Everything other is located on the second floor which is more than usual. As the whole house it has rectangle shape with small windows on the perimeter. External walls are painted in black in order to contrast with surroundings during the winter. The interior is done mostly in natural materials like wood. [Brendeland & Kristoffersen Architects]

Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor
Contemporary House With Fully Glazed First Floor

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