Danish-German architect Jan Henrik Jansen, together with Marshall Bleher from Austria, showed what a modern, beautiful house should be like in a forest, so that the owners feel in nature, but at the same time live in an innovative, comfortable space. The building is designed for 6 people. The area of the site allowed to place all residential premises on the same level.
Moreover, the layout is thought out so that everyone has a personal space with direct access to the natural environment and social areas in the cottage.
3 functional spaces in the yard
A beautiful house in the forest is made in the form of three sections dividing the yard into separate functional parts:
The inner space is closely connected with each of these zones. The effect was achieved thanks to the glazing in the floor, barrier-free environment, open house terraces, and living space almost at ground level.
secluded location of private areas
In a beautiful house in the forest there are three long wings that converge into the central social part. In the center there are concentrated places for the whole family, and as you move closer to the edge of each wing, housing becomes more private. Sleeping rooms are planned at the ends of the wings, providing privacy and privacy for residents.
In the central part of the house is a living room, kitchen and dining area. Due to the long corridors, equally convenient and independent access from each bedroom is made here.
lightness, simplicity and environmental friendliness of a design
The house was not supposed to draw attention to itself, but to remain in harmony with the environment. With the original and competent layout, it is made in the most simple, straightforward forms and has a large glazing area. Through parts of this beautiful house in the forest, through glazing is made, and it can be seen through.
Due to this design, the interior is closely connected with the environment. Therefore, it was made from natural, environmentally friendly materials in harmony with the forest landscape. Inside the cottage is mainly decorated with natural wood. Wood is used on floors, ceilings, walls, and furniture. Due to the light palette, the rooms are attractive, homely and comfortable. They contrast in contrast to the forest.
Architects created a simple, beautiful house in the forest, adapted for close contact of residents with nature. The cottage focuses on environmental friendliness and routine, but at the same time the configuration of the house corresponds to modern architectural and design trends.