House in Budapest by Nanavízió
This minimalist single family house located in Budapest, Hungary, was designed in 2014 by Nanavízió.
Description by Nanavízió
Nanavízió made its debut with this minimalistic, low-key single family home that hides among the ancient trees of the surrounding woods.The steeply sloping wooded lot was definitely a challenge, but it also inspired the architects to incorporate the trees into the design. Thanks to those steep slopes, the canopies of the lower garden’s trees are almost peeping in through the windows. The tall oaks, chestnut and pine trees cover the house like a comfortable, green nest, and bring nature right to the doorstep. The volume of the house is made up by two different blocks fitted together in a 90° angle: the solid black block is complemented by a metal covered two storey block with large glass surfaces. The interior’s hard exposed concrete surfaces are softened by the light coloured plywood panels that appear thorough the house. The natural light is generously provided by the two-storey glass wall that faces the North slope and the canopy of the trees in the woods.
Photography by Tamás Bujnovszky
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