Frame Stone House – Harmony with Nature: 15+ images

Frame Stone House – Harmony with Nature: 15+ images

The frame stone house in the natural environment is an example of reliable and comfortable housing for a large family. Description of features and photo of the project.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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The frame stone house from the architectural bureau A20 Arquitectos embodies the coziness and comfort of a family cottage, harmoniously blending into the natural environment. The concept of the object is to provide residents with the most comfortable conditions in a rich, but at the same time simple and natural setting. The main qualities of the house are reliability, ergonomics and safety.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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Proper planning allowed to achieve high-quality natural lighting, convenient location of social and private spaces.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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stone frame as the basis of the building

The cottage is a structure with a stone supporting frame. Due to massive elements made of natural stone, the house fits into the landscape of wildlife surrounded by slopes and hills. The stone frame is also an important functional element – due to the reliability of the structure, it firmly holds the building on a high-rise, eliminating slipping along the slope.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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The rest of the house is also made of natural materials – mostly wood. The frame stone house with wooden structures looks harmonious and natural in the natural environment. Such an environment allows you to calm down, favorably affects the psychological state of the residents. The house is not just beautiful and comfortable – it managed to create a special atmosphere in it.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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planning a frame stone house from social to private areas

When designing a house, the sequence of a smooth transition from social, public spaces to private ones was observed. Each level becomes more detached from the others. This trend can be traced from the entrance to the site, and ending with the bedrooms on the upper floors of the frame stone house.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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Despite the fact that private premises are sufficiently high-quality localized, social zones remain as open as possible. The space without partitions with a second light and a high gable ceiling on both sides is almost completely open to the outside of the building. Being in this room, the residents still seem to be surrounded by greenery on the site.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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advantageous location of the frame stone house

Due to the strong stone frame, the house is securely fixed not at the very top of the slope, but slightly lower, on the south side of the hill. This arrangement provides more privacy, as the building does not rise above the surroundings. In addition, the slope protects the building from the winds – more comfortable and cozy living conditions are created.

Frame Stone House with Wooden Structures
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To get to the house, you have to go round the slope – there is no roadway from the side of the house. It also affects privacy, silence and comfort. The presented frame stone house is not visible from the side of the road – it remains hidden from view from the outside. At the same time, panoramic views of the natural surrounding landscapes open from the building itself. The entrance to the building is made so that as they approach the site, the owners and guests are increasingly immersed in the environment of wildlife.

Architects A20 Arquitectos
Photo Luis SabaterFrancisco Manosalvas