Friday, October 14, 2011

Modern Cyprus Architecture: An Artfully Divided House

 Like its many levels of living space, this modern Cyprus architecture designed by Varda Studio also boasts many layers of architectural interest. The horizontal arrangement of this interesting design presents a very unusual way to divide space, both inside and out. Its materials – concrete basement, a white-painted main floor and a wood-clad upper – define the home’s three distinctive floors. Welcoming you from the street, this courtyard house plan leads you into the open living room boasting an expansive sliding glass wall that floods the house with warm natural light and a cool, fresh breeze. Lover and upper levels feature floor-to-ceiling glass with sliding shades that offer privacy while still connecting interiors to the home’s many outdoor entertaining areas, balconies and decks. This open concept home has a great unobstructed view and easy-going flow from one living space to the next. But the living doesn't stop at the third floor – topping this house, the rooftop garden provides a sunny retreat with breathtaking Cyprus views. Varda Studiovia Plataforma Arquitectura

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