The arrangement of the kitchen dining area and living room add to the breezy presence of this Brazilian home with greenery at every turn. A rainwater management system solar water heating system and composting plant the TSJ 01 is both eco-friendly and exquisite!
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.
Designed by this Costa Rican residence has a break between its two main structures which allows gusty winds to pass through without affecting the life indoors too much. Even the top level bedrooms are protected from harsh windy conditions using a windbreaker and a curved façade that cleverly deflects the airflow.
If you just took an extra second to look at the recent homes and interior inspirations that we have featured recently you will notice a subtle yet clear trend that seems to be taking over ever so quietly. as a color palette is quickly replacing the likes of gray and white or even beige and white.
The beautiful use of wooden slats also gives the residence a unique façade setting it apart from others. It also allows sunlight to enter the home in a controlled filtered manner keeping the temperature inside cozy and comfortable.
The new floor plan conjured up and brought to life by Somia Design creates an open living area with a home workspace smart kitchen breakfast bar that can also be accessed from the hallway along with 3 private bedrooms and bathrooms.