Walls made of gabion and awesome 360 degree views of Observation house by I/O architects
The house is situated on a slope in the most elevated corner of a town in the midst of a horticultural zone in Northeast Bulgaria. The site of the undertaking is recognized both by its all encompassing perspectives and inaccessible perceivability.
To fortify them, a some portion of the system is situated in the apparently dazzle bastion-like volume and the living range is raised high on it. This conveys view consummation up to 360 degree and security in the completely opened space above.
The pitched rooftop join geometrically the upper volume with the base and includes many-sided quality in the inside space while the larger than average overhang associate it to the little knoll around and misrepresent the floating impact of the thin metal structure.
The extent and the materiality of the strong base give it the presence of an infrastructural object that characterize the edge of the town and disguise the aggressive system of the house.
The main aperture prompts the hole like space of the passageway corridor/carport. The materiality of the inside spaces is commanded by nearby species wood cladding, which adjusts the unpleasantness of the whole structure and its environment.
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