A snow-white house in the middle of greenery leaves of pine, minimalist yet spacious. What does it offer? Check it out.
A house coloured in total white stands out in its surroundings, especially if it’s located in a big area surrounded by a vast pinewood forest. A minimalist-modern snow-white house with a flat roof, surrounded by the woods will make it as the main attraction of the place.
The house looks just like two rectangular white-boxes piled up one after another in L-shape. With a contrasting green field of grass, it is easily a dazzling look. Along the white walls of the 2-story building, the designer puts many rectangular windows. The intention is of course to light up the inner part of the house, thus a viewing platform to enjoy the outside.
The entrance door is located under the shade of the 2 floors. Supported by 4 minimalist columns, the ground floor terrace has 2 big sized lounge chairs with cushions. The front sliding door is made with light-dark glass with two same-sized picture windows on its left and right.
The big area of the dining room is seen right after entering the house between the one wall kitchen and living room. This huge area uses an open floor plan concept. Divided by a wall, next to it is the hallway, with a 3-room dressing room, boiler room and a bathroom, a convenient usage area. There is small door decorated with the door’s same-sized picture windows that connect to the car port.
The second floor is dedicated for the bedrooms. There are 4 bedrooms, one of them are the main bedroom. The main bedroom is located right above the carport, next from the corridor that connects the first and second floor. It has its own wardrobe and master bathroom.
Next to the other side of the corridor is 3 bedrooms separated with 2 other bathrooms. Each room is a perfect seeing platform to the outside of the house since they have large picture windows.
Connecting from the corridor is the door to the second-floor terrace. It is another perfect place to enjoy the plot of the area.
The decision to paint it in all white is because it is going to be extremely stunning to see the sunlight reflects on the wall during sunset. How the mixed green leaves shadows fall on the smooth walls will leave everybody bewitched.
Source : tobiarchitects