Sunday 04 March, 2012

Private Residence Dissolving Indoor/Outdoor Boundaries


Private Residence Dissolving Indoor/Outdoor Boundaries

Basing their designs on originally and individuality, Israel-based studio Lanciano Design creates contemporary residences “for people that understand the difference”. You might remember the design studio’s work from the Sea Shell Residence Lavinia presented a while back. This particular private residence you can see in the photos below captures both the comfort of living in a carefully designed collection of spaces and the welcoming effect a perfectly manicured garden offers.

Private Residence Dissolving Indoor/Outdoor Boundaries

The light colored volumetric architecture is pierced by sliding glass doors on the first floor, connecting the living area to the large deck and inviting owners to spend some time in the swimming pool. An outdoor dining space is protected by a cantilevering second floor, while the adjacent lounge zone with trees and flowers cut into the deck dissolves the boundaries between indoor living and outdoor relaxation and entertaining. Each space has its own language of comfort and luxury, what’s your favorite one?

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