A3D - architects. Residential projects, interior projects, public building design. Interior designers.
Oak House Interior
The exterior of the building is divided into three closely related volumes of concrete structures. Horizontal concrete formwork patterns are used not only in the façade, but also extended inside the house - so the architecture becomes the full-bodied and intertwined throughout the building's volume, and its elements fit into the interior. Concrete walls are left natural and untreated, avoiding an overly elaborate and perfect image.
They are paired with natural wood panels. The interior looks elemental and raw, but nonetheless warm and welcoming. The white cast concrete floor coating helps to balance the severity of the wall finishing materials. Combination of soft and hard materials creates richness for the owner to enjoy every and each living place. The interior is furnished with many custom-made furniture pieces that create an inclusive overall effect. The blue art work in the living room reflects the clients passion for the water and has a colorful connection with the pool outside.
Home owners wanted to feel comfortable by themselves and while entertaining. For this purpose, an eight-seater dining table is located in the room, as well as a spacious kitchen with an island. The kitchen cupboard has a flat sliding pane that hides all cooking appliances.
The overall view of the interior of the house is quite clean, with minimalist shapes, a natural color palette and a variety of textures. This house blends the new design with the old elements of the nature, offering a retreat, but also addressing the owner's needs of a busy family life and providing a perfect space for entertaining.