The Oslo House is situated on a mountainside, in a residential area. Surrounded by pine trees and vegetation, the light color palette of this house with a view complements the relaxing colors of the surrounding area.
The stone base of this contemporary-designed house is adapted to the mountainside slope. The floor slabs have got openings that bring natural light inside, thus improving the link between interior and exterior.
The house opens widely towards the sea, like a viewpoint from where you can watch the sea while resting on the Ulm daybeds. It contrasts with the privacy-providing rear façade, which includes the entrance to the house.
The ground floor of this contemporary-designed house has been extended to create an outdoor living space, with an outdoor dining room furnished with a Frame dining table and some Quartz chairs. In addition to this design story, an Ulm sofa is placed in front of a swimming pool, which blends with the horizon, for the owners’ relaxation and enjoyment.
The furniture, with minimalist and avant-garde lines, has been designed by Ramon Esteve for Vondom.
“Cumbres” is a 618 m2 single-family housing project, designed by Chiralt Arquitectos, from Bétera, Valencia, Spain.
This residential design project has a differential, supporting, and principal element: the wall of natural carved stone, placed across the house that divides and distributes this space in two.
The charming contemporary house, with wide diaphanous spaces, is tightly connected with its exterior space, in which the outdoor furniture is composed of a sofa, armchair, and coffee table from the Ulm furniture collection, by Ramón Esteve. So the simplicity and elegance of its interior design are then continued throughout.
The light color scheme on this property´s walls and decorative elements inspire tranquility and simplicity, without neglecting the taste for the avant-garde outdoor furniture design.
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