Due to the speed of construction and low cost, the modular frame house has gained popularity as a suburban residence for the rest of the family. Modern building materials for insulation and decoration have significantly expanded the climatic zones of use of such buildings. Now housing complexes built using modular-frame technologies are able to provide comfortable living conditions at any time of the year in the most severe weather conditions.
UNITY OF NATURAL MOUNTAIN BENDES AND STRUCTURAL FORMS OF MODULAR FRAME HOUSES
The traditional fixed views on modular-frame buildings, as on barn-type buildings, are destroyed by the presented building ensemble. The surrounding mountain peaks and spacious valleys dictated the shape of the building to the architects. The inclined asymmetrical planes of the roof, like origami in the hands of the architect, follow the contours of the mountain range in the distance.
Construction restrictions for this area have made adjustments to the height and total area of the building, but the architects have achieved the uniqueness of forms thanks to an individual project. This made it possible to combine the natural landscape and local building traditions.
Located in a deep valley, the house is protected from the cold winds by a mountain range. Panoramic front windows open a beautiful view of the water surface of the lake and provide maximum penetration of sunlight into the interior.
The wooden walls of pastel colors harmoniously fit into the strict hilly landscape of the site. The original path in the courtyard of natural stone repeats the texture of the mountain slopes, which does not distinguish the structure from the natural environment, but makes it a successful continuation of the rocky mountainous terrain.
Wooden lamellas made of natural cedar are used in the decoration of external walls to enhance the feeling of unity with nature. The color scheme of the wooden coating exactly repeats the natural shades of the sparse vegetation covering the alpine mountain range. Light colors, framing window openings give the building a concise and complete form.
INTERIOR AS AN ELEMENT OF SECURITY AND FUNDAMENTALITY OF A MODULAR BUILDING
The extreme landscape and the severity of the exterior of the house are opposed by the reliability and security of the interior. The unusual design of the roof ensures the penetration of sunlight even on short winter days, enhancing the warmth of the floor made of natural wood.
The concrete interior of the guest area in dark gray colors emphasizes the fundamental and invincibility of the home, and the play of light in unusual openwork lamps introduces an element of lightness and ease into the decoration of the premises.
A stone hearth gives home comfort and sensuality to the dwelling. Imbued with the smell of natural wood, the air is enhanced by the subtle aroma of cedar logs burning in the fireplace.
In this house, absolutely everything, from wall and floor decoration to the smallest elements of interior decoration, can be described in a few words: the dominance of stone and wood in the interior.
On a note! The frame-modular construction of the house can be a successful addition to the landscape of the site thanks to an individual project commissioned by professional architects and builders. But it is impossible to build a modular frame house even according to a standard project in an area of complex configuration without the help of qualified builders.