Triangle House / JVA
The house, built in a pine-forest with a spectacular view towards the sea, has a peculiar shape. Its triangular plan and specific roof height is determined by the local authority regulations. The resulting awkward angles and spaces are used by the architects in the best possible way turning them into an advantage. 

The walls and ceilings of the whole house are clad in OSB-boards giving a soft homely feeling and also a rough and not so precious character of the house. It resembles more a mountain hut than a normal  suburban dwelling. Most of the walls are simply covered…...

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  • Nadezhda Nikolova
    Nadezhda Nikolova updated 23 media and updated
    about 4 years ago via OpenBuildings.com