The entire project was complete within a year of removing the firs tree from the lot while the actual construction of the structure took just over four months. Elevated above the ground to prevent damage from the heavy winter snow the stilts used for extend into the living area and mimic the visual charm of forest outside.
With its imposing façade and a design that feels almost futuristic the in Palmares brings urbane elegance to a setting that is natural and a touch rustic. With an impressive design that relies on smart orientation a balance between privacy and unabated views and clear delineation of public and private areas PMX-01 is both aesthetic and ergonomic.
In different rooms of the house the metallic elements of the living room shelving are carefully repeated to give the interior a singular design style. Even the bedrooms upstairs are filled with subtle metallic elements and décor with contrasting finishes to balance the refined with the rugged. And all this is done in the most curated possible manner.
The bedrooms are cleverly concealed from public view while the living area offers unabated views of the meadow and the forest beyond. A contemporary kitchen in gray and large oversized pendants in black above the dining space put the final glam touches on an escape that seems even more magical as white winter and the Holidays come along.
Draped in gray and white the exterior is refined and large glass walls and windows create a natural connectivity with the outdoors. On the inside a minimal-modern decorating style is combined with rough concrete accent walls and warm wooden surfaces.
Designed by Beczak & Beczak is the taller northern section of the house that contains the three bedrooms of the house while the second structure towards the street holds the living area kitchen dining room and other public spaces.