Gottshalden by Rossetti + Wyss architects

By Jessica – Classes: Ar2rk, Bedroom, Decorative Equipment, Dining Space, Fireplace, Furniture, Houses, Interior Design and style, Landscaping, Living Room, Wall Decor   

Gottshalden is a residential task finished by Rossetti + Wyss architects.

It was completed in 2013, and it is positioned in Switzerland.

Gottshalden by Rossetti + Wyss architects:

“The property in Gottshalden is located on a plateau in excess of the Lake Zurich. It is set in green surroundings with a higher high quality of lifestyle, dominated by agricultural use. The volume exhibits a unified design, with a diminished, sharp-angled timber facade.

The furnishings-like wooden skin defines both walls and rooftops, covering the exterior in a single material, unbroken. The different geometries lend the structure plasticity, whilst the windows flush with the exterior, are emphasized with lighter-colored reveals.

The L-shaped floor prepare is organized vertically as a splitlevel by means of the use of inserted platforms. Inside, solid exposed oak planks in composite building form the floors and ceilings.

This visible show of the building’s structure in its ceiling and floor surfaces conveys the warmth of the material into the interior. The alignment of the rooms switches from one story to the next.

Light and shadow, closeness and spaciousness, a cascading staircase: the interiors breathe life in their diversity, inserted with mindful precision in the enveloping shell.

The windows frame photographs of the surroundings. Ventilation is presented by indicates of a series of glazed doors so as not to obstruct the see. At dusk, the house begins to glow with a warm interior lifestyle.

The constructing is diminished to an nearly graphical figure, with even the minimal distances to the eaves and corners verging on disappearance.”

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