Today we'll show you a house that has no flaws. Project creator Daniel Wagner managed to translate the ideal villa into reality, giving it all the characteristics that are required of modern construction and architectural fashion—high energy efficiency, an incredibly stylish exterior and stunning views. On all three floors of the house panoramic windows with triple glazing were installed, and the walls were painted in a terracotta colour, which ensured its full integration with existing buildings and the natural environment.
Working together with the architects on the project was the German company Baufritz, which specializes in so-called green homes with features like healthy climates, protection from electromagnetic smog, heat insulation from wood chips, systems of using rainwater and other revolutionary technologies that have helped the company win many awards in the field of architecture.
From afar, the villa, located on a hilltop, looks like the cosy house of modern fairy tales. It can rightly be called a real castle of the XXI century with its high foundation of a round stone, spiral staircase and steel railings on the top floor. At dusk, the hill on which the house stands is illuminated many small LED bulbs, making the surroundings of the villa glow.
The interior designers made sure that the inside of the house on the hill looked as modern and stylish as the outside. Take a look at these elegant stairs, which lead from the basement to the first floor and are made of solid wood and lit with LED lights.
The design of the kitchen uses a combination of materials such as stainless steel and wood, making the minimalist interior feel warm and welcoming. The bright metal adds a touch of glamour to the rustic wood.
These designers are experts in the art of home relaxation. Imagine yourself in this tub next to the panoramic window, which overlooks the magnificent wilderness. Thick green trees grow so close that you can touch them up by hand. The room is dominated by white with details in light brown. Several small green plants and a large mirror finish the slightly futuristic composition of the interior of the bathroom.
On the floor of the living room we find a cream coloured rug, an unusual coffee table in the form of a sculpture and two comfortable chairs in the colour of the carpet. The built-in wall fireplace adds to the relaxed and welcoming atmosphere created in this area. The minimalist lights without lampshades emphasize the environmentally focused construction.
In daylight it becomes obvious how important a connection to nature is for the residents of the house. The facade of the villa is not separated from the environment but organically integrated into it. The wide terraces and a spiral staircase connecting the first and second floors allow the occupants full enjoyment of the fresh air and the beauty of the green landscape.