Geometrical Dissimilarity Three Volumes Concrete Construction House Design

This modern house has three volume buildings, connect each other, arranged in horizontally lines. Each volume has own geometrical shape. The geometrical dissimilarity of volume creates interesting house plans. The house construct with rough concrete as load bearing walls. The timber and glass use as open wall and windows structure. Pines materials also used as roof skeleton and certain built-in furniture, wall cladding. The center volume has two-storey and double-height space, for social areas, that has the choir of the chapel space, creates unique living room character. A west side volume wing is private area, and east wings, characterized by the covered garage area, consist of garage, storage and technical spaces. The interior designed in simplicity, floor slab cast combine with white plasterboard. Designed Carlos Castanheira Architecture.

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