Cube House by Yakusha Design Studio

Trendy single household home located in Bucha, Ukraine, designed by Yakusha Design Studio.












Description by Yakusha Design Studio

Opposite to all bodily legal guidelines this home inside is bigger than outdoors. Anyway it appears to be resulting from intelligent used optical illusions and most performance of every sq. meters.
Home and storage must be positioned in smallish piece of land in pine forest in such a method that fulfill all wants and retain pure panorama. There was discovered easy and logical answer to hold out development venture as compact dice. On the bottom flooring have been situated visitor zone and storage, on the second is personal zone: youngsters’s room, bed room with wardrobe and toilet.

There’s giant window positioned within the kitchen-dinner-lounge zones that relations take pleasure in view of pine forest. Second-degree lighting provides airiness of area: housemistress want to really feel straightforward and lightweight ‘respiration’ right here. This concept line is supported by stairs of particular development on the second flooring: it, actually, doesn’t occupy a lot place and railing of crashworthy glass makes it virtually weightless. This component together with clear wall of higher degree permits snug communication between flooring – which have particular significance within the household with youngsters.

Designer created bed room of calm, snug and enjoyable temper: because of this tone down the gray colors and balanced tones of pure wooden have been utilized. Probably the most important factor of this inside is complete correspondence of eco idea: the ground cowl with oak, curtains and covers are of one hundred% wool, mattress-aspect tables are snags and the view from the window is pines.

At first of the undertaking it was two youngsters household however later the mother and father have gotten to find out about addition of their household. In such a approach in youngsters’s rooms – for woman and boy – it was offered availability for yet one more habitant.

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