Deciphering the brief
1)Who are we catering for ?
While we would love to be able to house comfortably extended family and friends,the reality to a tight budget is that you need to get creative with sleeping arrangements.
We have decided to stick to a simple 2 bedroom bach. The non compromisable item was our master bedroom. I didnt want to share. Nor did I want to be cramped. Our room needed to be a standard size master bedroom with outlook over the site and good sun. The compromise was the kids sleeping quarters. We have lumped them all in together into a bunk room. The bunk room is intentionally sized to fit a set of bunks plus a queen bed against a wall though is unlikely to be configured this way. It is also a shape that can be adjusted to suit our needs as time passes.
We had to think about the overflow. We are a social family and to date have had friends and family come with us to our slice of paradise more often than not. Obviously people can continue to tent. But for a weekend away who wants to pitch a tent if they dont have to ! As a result we have created a loft space (with limited head room so it's really only suitable for sleeping). We envisage throwing mattresses up there and sending the kids up.
The width of the whole building has also been determined by the length of 2 x single mattresses. The plan is to accommodate extra guests on these. By day,a huge couch dressed with cushions. By night either 2 x single beds or swing them around and create a queen!
Images found on pinterest helped us refine our ideas
After a look few weeks of hard work I’m ready to let my hair down ! #architecture#architecturedesign
An Interior as a Museum is designed and visualized by artist @wafai__.
This spectacular concept sits in quiet a contrast with its surroundings. Its sharp lines and dynamic angles make a strong statement, but when observed carefully it seems to be intelligently borrowed from the mountains one sees around. The volumes of this design also direct your views towards the landscape around. Its provocative and makes you think. Extremely engaging and a bold take.