Fashionable residence in California, open and closed areas

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All photos are courtesy of Freelandbuck. All images by Eric Staudenmaier.

The New York-based freelandbuck architects agency has accomplished the design of Second Home, a recent residence positioned in Los Angeles, California. Constructed round a central courtyard, the constructing presents open and closed areas that complement one another.

"Although this system is articulated as separate volumes, the inside and exterior areas are woven collectively to type a single, visually steady residing house," stated the architects. "Transitions and thresholds are accentuated by an alternating association of fabric surfaces. This creates a collection of radically completely different areas built-in right into a single setting. "

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Enter and you will notice an abundance of pure mild that creates a normal feeling of freshness. Minimalist furnishings and brightly coloured lighting add to the creativity of the interiors.

"Every room of the home is expressed in a separate block related to a corresponding out of doors space (two alcoves and a balcony overlooking the courtyard) carved into the buildable footprint," added the architects. "The home establishes a stability between volumetric distinction and spatial continuity. As well as, it creates an setting in fixed modulation, whether or not by pure or synthetic mild, the opening of doorways and home windows or the configuration of furnishings. "

See extra of Second Home within the digital gallery under.

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