Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape – A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

This Dune house is build by Lithuanian Design studio Archispektras. And it is located in the place of the Pope with the Latvian Baltic Sea views. The design is characterized by sharp geometric lines, contrasting with the lush greenery of the surrounding landscape. At the same time the main facade of the house with flowers, natural wood shades were chosen. On the shore of the Baltic Sea on the reserve Pape is an original country cottage. When designing its shape, the architects were inspired by the contours of the dunes encountered in that area. All windows facing the sea, allowing the hosts to relax after the hustle and bustle of big cities.

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

House area is 175 square meters. The building has an oblong shape, so a functional living area flows into another series. In addition, all windows are located on the Baltic Sea. Fireplace, attached to the ceiling, serves as a divider between the living room and dining area. Moreover, the emphasis on vertical lines making up the ceiling visually. Natural wood, used in the decoration of the house, making a minimalist interior more comfortable.

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

Source – Dezeen.com

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11 thoughts on “Inspired By The Surrounding Landscape – A Country Cottage Made In The Shape Of Dunes

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