When I see a home like the Picture House I start daydreaming how I could personalize it to suit my own needs. This creation of Barilari Architteti is composed of two distinct worlds that come together to shape an interesting residence – the rural influence and the minimalist aesthetic.
The old layout has been retained in refurbishing. The numerous wide open double doors throughout the large rooms introduce a sense of freedom of movement in this great house. Use of wood in construction poses some restriction to entry of light into interiors of this massive building. Hence the interiors always remain less illuminant which imparts a royal feel inside it a reminiscence of the good olden royal period.
The icing on the fluffiest cake ever the abode of angels the paradise-like appearance or a slice from some fairy-tale! This must be some of those thoughts that come to your mind when you see the mesmerizing snaps of this apartment by Anton Valiev.
An exuberant construction which bagged the Northwest Design Awards in 2006 the house is located in a water-bound terrain and offers a cool stay round up the year. Glass elevator and roof-top lawn are the most distinctive features. From the sod roof you get a beautiful view at the spectacular landscape in which the house is situated. There is a bridge originating from the outdoor living area in the ground floor to connect both levels.
The whole space is evenly distributed between an open kitchen a dining area a living space and a study. There is little separation between these and the small stairs like separations are way cuter. Shades of cushions table clothes and bed spreads just connect with the rather clean and fair looking walls and ceiling.