House Sed by Nico van der Meulen Architects

Architects: Nico van der Meulen Architects
Location: Bryanston, Johannesburg, South Africa
Photos courtesy: Nico van der Meulen Architects
Description:

Arranged inside of the heart of Bryanston in Johannesburg South Africa, this stand nimbly fringes the Riverclub fairway. Situated on top of an inclining site, it gladly hoists over its environment.

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Initially a solitary story conventional house, this brief included including a second story and expanding the territories to more than twofold its current size. The style of the house was modernized, organizing the perspectives, while guaranteeing characteristic northern light infiltrates each room.

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The thought of lengthening and extending the building to its most extreme length was birthed upon by contemplating the design of the current arrangement. Compared to a versatile band that is extended, the idea brought about stretched veneers that confined the scene. Deliberately utilizing frameless collapsing entryways took into consideration a straightforwardness on the two longest veneers making this contemporary home genuinely special. Splendidly arranged and composed, the format of the house guarantees perspectives of the green from each room. Long and limit in structure, the outline was fruitful in mlessly blending the inside with the outside.

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Strolling over a Koi lake before going into the house sets the tone of serenity which overwhelms you as you advance through the all around outlined open arrangement twofold volume spaces. Suspended scaffolds and a glass staircase penetrate the lofty twofold volume space adding to the transparent of this configuration. With regards to characteristic hues and materials Nico van der Meulen Architects guaranteed the house mixes in with its encompassing.

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Structural brightness brought about a configuration that displays unhampered perspectives to the recreation center, while joining the common sense of ordinary living with the solace of extravagant open spaces.

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