Inspired directly from the need of freedom this wonderful house really catches our attention through the significant quantity of glass used throughout the structure. By using pretentious glass elements in the facade the architect has created a beautiful composition revolved around the idea of pure freedom light and alack of inhibition.
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.
Tones of copper have been generously used while the extravagant use of glass as one of the walls ensures that there is always ample natural ventilation. How do you like it? Too much of an industrial feel or just about right for your taste?
Owning a luxurious modern home is pretty much the dream of almost everyone around and the most essential part of it is being able to call it ‘our own’. High mortgage rates and the growing demand for space especially in the big cities and towns are making this dream less and less affordable with each passing day for many.
Add to it smart lighting and ergonomic furnishings and this Ukrainian apartment is both classy and complete. A neat and tidy example of residential architecture in Mount Eden Auckland New Zealand the meets the needs of a family of five in a modern frame.