Modern Houses - By MHM Contributing Staff on Sunday, October 4, 2009 - 0 Comments
From Poland Medusagroup shows off their stark modern dwelling complete with materials like concrete floors and metal framing.
We borrow the descriptions from Arch daily: “The main entrance, garage, toilet for guests and a corridor are located to the north whereas bedroom, children room, living, dining and kitchen are to the south. Because of that all rooms enjoy a direct connection with the terrain separated by covered terrace.
Outside, the horizontal shutters from the south are echoed by the vertical rhythm of the wooden planks (Siberian larch). The interior is tougher: exposed concrete floors and ceilings, partition walls made of light concrete blocks painted in white, polycarbonate doors for the built-in furniture. Air-conditioning and the trays for the electric installation are also visible.” Read post in Arch daily.