It is ‘Comfort’ that defines a home from a Surrounding



You may have the best of surroundings but comfort is the defining perimeter which makes a place called home. These images reveal an ideal comfortable home made to relieve you of the daily work stress. What makes it so special are the contrasting ceiling heights for instance the low ceiling in the living room and the high one in the kitchen. Double story windows have been used to ensure maximum light entry into the house which makes the surrounding radiant. It may not be a great idea for a town where there are space constraints but in a country side where the space is all yours, such uneven ceiling patterns and double story windows could make a great architecture idea.{images via Côté Sud, photography by Bernard Touillon}

 


Published by in Architecture, on March 22nd, 2010

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