By Beth Browne
Publish 12 months note: First released in 2009
This richly illustrated quantity showcases the easiest of up to date rural residential structure from the world's so much leading edge architects. the houses featured in a hundred kingdom homes: New Rural structure variety from conventional to experimental, exemplifying a up to date shift from the traditional kingdom vernacular in the direction of ultramodern, forward-thinking and green designs.
In many situations, much less restrictive making plans laws in distant parts permit architects to push limitations and flex their inventive muscle tissues, leading to architectural creations of awesome scope and vision.Stunning full-colour inside and external pictures are complemented by means of particular plans, elevations and venture descriptions, delivering infrequent perception into the intense expertise of those world-class architects.
The destinations of those appealing homes contain Iceland Czech Republic, Germany,Canada,Spain and plenty of more.
By prime Architects such as,Hariri & Hariri,Alfredo de Vido Silvestri Architects between others.
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The first façade layer is clad in untreated vertical cedar and serves as a backdrop for a series of polychromatic Prodema wood veneer panels that reflect the hues of the surrounding deciduous trees. Over time, the cedar walls will weather to a silver-grey, while the wood veneer panels will retain their original colour and pristine finish. From the small clearing of the entry court, the low roof of the open breezeway connecting the house and garage leads to a linear, glazed entry foyer that penetrates the two-storey, 250-square-metre building and terminates in a partially covered balcony with spectacular views of the lake.
BGP ARQUITECTURA Black House is also one-half terrace, protected from the exterior conditions when necessary by means of 4-metre-tall sliding glass panels on the landscape side and a wall as high as the garage doors on the village side. The exposed concrete canopy emphasises views and meets the criteria of the local building code, which calls for typical construction elements and materials such as pitched roofs and Spanish tile. The house is oriented towards the south, optimising the views and blocking sun in summer but not in winter.
The owners, originally from Tennessee, requested a contemporary interpretation of the ranch vernacular that is prevalent in the neighbouring valleys and surrounding ranchlands. The architect researched local agricultural structures and took many cues from these regional buildings in terms of massing, roof forms and exterior materials. The textures and colours of the materials evoke those of the landscape. Exterior materials include native limestone, reclaimed barn wood siding, aluminium siding, a cedar rain screen, vertical rusted steel panels and aluminium-clad windows and doors.