Corner Construction: A reconstructed house with a cosy and modern feel

Corner Construction: A reconstructed house with a cosy and modern feel

8 February, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

This two storey house is a reconstructive project that was undertaken by Kababie Arquitectos. The construction of this corner plot was difficult for the architects due to the house’s unusual shape and positioning. However they have created a spacious, yet cosy abode from the foundations of an older building. The exterior mimics the texture of the old building with the addition of large floor to ceiling windows and glass sliding doors at the rear of the house. The garden is surrounded by large walls, allowing for ultimate privacy, and features a gorgeous grey stone patio. Inside, the interior is a mixture of elegance and modernity with its glossy marble flooring and natural coloured walls. The furniture adds a touch of class to this already opulent property.

modern gray exterior

cozy terrace

brown leather sofa

dining room interior

modern kitchen with a narrow island

gray staircase

beige walls in the interior

interior

bedroom with large windows

interior of a bedroom with twin beds

modern bathroom

first floor plan

second floor plan

Photos courtesy Allen Vallejo

 

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