The home that grounds you and connects you to the natural elements. Defining Living and Sleeping Pavilions oppose each other on plan and have been articulately positioned so that the distinct use of each space is kept separate. This is intended to maintain the importance of harmony and solitude in the bedroom spaces and encapsulate the gentle hum of day to day activities and valuable family time spent in the indoor and outdoor living areas. The Clever arrangement of box shaped living areas and rooms, two of which have been skewed in contrast to the structured linear design of the home are joined by a series of walkways and breezeways which connect the pavilions with ease. The addition of operative Cavity Sliding Doors throughout, allows for the home to be sectioned off into practical zones that allow light and ventilation to penetrate the home in warmer months and heat to be retained during winter. The clever use of Glazing is a notable design element and is featured extensively throughout the home. Aside from allowing the natural breezes to flow throughout, the abundance of floor height glass louvers and bifod doors and windows transfers the outdoors inside, creating green sanctuaries in every pocket of the home.
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