Developed for occasional entertainment and many guests, L71 Residence by Office [AT] comes with a spectacular appearance and an interesting structure. Some of the public areas, including the living room and parking, are situated in the front side of the house, while the opposite side shelters a dining zone and a guest bedroom, overlooking the swimming pool. Here is more from the architects: “Most houses are designed as one big mass, and have bad ventilation and natural light, but in this house, each rooms was fivided to get better ventilation and natural light. Varieties of natural materials including water, grass and wood are inserted into each space. The roof of the main house is double-roof to cover the house from heat. The lower roof is reinforced concrete slab, and the upper roof is metal sheet roof”. Enjoy the photos below and tell us what interior design elements “work” in the case of L71.
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