Black Box House by Pao Architects
This home has been constructed in the capital of Lithuania – town of Vilnius, on the slope of the Neris River, in context of spectacular environment.
The Black Box House is a contemporary undertaking by Pao Architects for shoppers who had a transparent imaginative and prescient of what their new house ought to seem like. They approached the architects with an already developed structure of the home though they nonetheless allowed the architect to experiment with their concepts.
Black field is a novel non-public villa, which is constructed on the slope of Neris River. The home is situated in a densely-built territory dominated by low-rise structure – 1-2 storey non-public homes.
The land plot is completely oriented in phrases of cardinal factors.
Through the undertaking we handled courageous shoppers who had clear preferences with regard to the structure of the home, but additionally allowed us to experiment. The shoppers needed fashionable minimalistic structure and lightweight shapes.
The principle entrance, all auxiliary premises, bogs of oldsters and youngsters, a walk-in wardrobe have been deliberate on the north facet of the home, whereas a living-room, a dining-room, a kitchen and bedrooms are dealing with south-west with a view on the river. All residential rooms have exits right into a coated terrace. For the ending of the façade, we used supplies chosen based on the precept of distinction, subsequently, the ending of black and pure wooden highlights the minimal kind and gives a wonderful distinction to the feel of a concrete fence. For the inside, the idea of Scandinavian minimalism was chosen, as a result of the shoppers desired the inside to be mild and clear.