The original steel frame and the wooden panel was the only thing that the designers could use in parts to create the new structure. They seem to have done a splendid job in breathing life into a mid 20th century home and giving it a style that is both current and classic. The amalgamation of the styles was achieved by using a largely open design that consists of a plethora of open perches outdoor spaces and private quarters that all flow into one another.
Created to house three whole families at any single instance the most alluring element of the house is the views of the sea that it offers and with the living quarters being built on the first floor there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy some great sights and sounds.
The building’s stories are retracted and staggered in an elegant and contemporary style thus creating spaces for terraces to enjoy the sun and the view on every floor. Frame and slab elements create a set of stern structural decoration giving an impression of load bearing and support.
The renderings visualize a loft-like residence intended for a Minsk Belarus project and the interiors crafted by the designer balance out bright and beautiful hues with warm tones and a soothing setting.
While the cubic nature of Paraty House confirms with the current popular architectural trends for modern structures it has been divided into two spacious cantilevered levels with both of the offering unabated ocean view at all times.