Way to stay Vienna is a modern house project with a beautiful view of the extensive California. Best floor plan for the glass ceiling and outdoor living space to fully integrate home. Working within the limits specified by the path is narrow, graphic design is divided into three parts, with the two main volumes recorded at the outer edge of the property, bridges, central kitchen sink.
One-story structure houses a large space that combines southern living and formal dining room. The structure starts at the front of the property and the results page dining al fresco. Broad expanse of glass along the east provides a visual and spatial relationship to the pool area.
The structure extending from the north to the rear to the front of the property, also leads to outer space, and more informal, personal space, including living room and bedroom on the first floor and offices on the second floor. Glass on the fourth floor overlooking a green roof (above the kitchen) and the top of the tree below.
The kitchen is the heart of a residence, connecting public and private sectors and provides a view of a swimming pool, side and rear of the property pages. Outside the kitchen consists of a brass box, which underlines the importance and stucco facade main volume to stay contrast.
In addition to overcoming the two main volumes, the kitchen is the center of the areas related to water, starting from the front of the bowl and flows through the kitchen and green roof, and continue with a river view page, planted with tall grass, trees cane and bananas. These plantations give way to a big park full of buffalo grass and surrounded by oaks and other native plants in California.Design by Marmol Radziner
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