By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, August 13th, 2018 - 00:42:21 AM.
Almost all of kids dream about experiencing a tree home and their parents build one at the backyard. Following is a fantasy coming true! This raised home by architect Antony Gibbon at Woodstock, New York only matches the ground at three factors. It is not a traditional tree home but it's quite like one and seems wow. Let us take a better look at it.
Away from the house actually looks like of a tree home, yet bigger and more contemporary. The home is rustic yet reassuring; its own wood siding is recognizable, however its trapezoidal shape is exciting. The construction camouflages itself nicely into the surroundings.
The ceilings are not too low to become claustrophobic, nor excessively large to deplete the sense of coziness. Glass is broadly used to clearly display the tranquil natural surroundings. Windows are incorporated into the changing shape of the home, instead of easy cut-outs -- an integration with quite prosperous impact.
The most important layout contains a living room plus a kitchen plus they completely merge. The kitchen is symbolized with a comfy and big kitchen island using a stove and a sink, there no cabinets, along with the layout looks airier. The living space is done using a comfortable sofa, a few wooden side tables and a massive metallic hearth with firewood storage. The furniture is a mix of rustic materials along with modern design.
Source : DigsDigs
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