Modest spaces are so considerably more attractive when they’re made with a clever, minimalist eye. The Frame Home by UID Architects & Associates, is an exceptional, two-story modern day dream home at just under 1,200 square feet.
Black metal cladding wraps the exterior walls of this timber program, a box-within-a-box structure. The actual home is solid white, nestled inside the outer facade, with a rock courtyard and planted tree penetrating those in-in between regions. These stones in fact travel inside the ground floor of the residence, producing a stunning flow of all-natural texture into the interior entrance.
Wood squares set into the pebbled path lead to the bedroom and guest room–what a beautiful way to move throughout these modern spaces! A stark white bath is minimalistic, with a enormous stroll-in shower greeting a deep soaking tub.
An open staircase of thick wooden slabs is drenched in daylight from the above skylight and adjacent picture window, and ascends to the major living, a shared zone of living area, dining space and kitchen.
An elongated plane of rooftop skylights at the center of this living location sheds more plentiful sunlight, whilst enabling for privacy from neighbors. A number of square windows exist, with the major glazing stems from the double-story window originating at the ground level.
At the heart of this square living space is the kitchen, with strong wood island which elegantly extends to the dining table surrounded by 4 mid-century style black chairs and resting beneath two transparent globe pendants.
The adjoining living room consists of a tiny contemporary sofa with acrylic stacking tables, making sure the intimate space remains open and airy. A wealthy wooden built-in keeps clutter away, whilst also creating a little office space just beyond it. A perimeter wall of white shelving displays many artworks and books.
Frame Home is a modest, contemporary dream home, constructed inside a restricted urban setting and evoking a simplistic, but sophisticated life-style for its urban dwellers.