Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Minimalist House Design Dyes Inlet in Bremerton

This is a minimalist house design Dyes Inlet is located in Bremerton, Seattle, Washington, Dyes Inlet Residence designed by Arkinetic. Built right in front of the lake, this house offers a different atmosphere. Simply beautiful scenery around it is too dear to be missed by homeowners, so the house uses a lot of glass that does not block the view though was in the house.

The Dyes Inlet Residence by Arkinetic:
This custom residence, located eight miles west of Seattle, Washington in Dyes Inlet, consists of the main house, studio / garage, boat storage shed and a boat.
The main house, with central atrium flanked by two wings, is the study of mass and light. North and south wing houses the public space provides a private bedroom. This mass provide privacy from neighbors and offset transparency atrium. Exposure in the atrium is a composite of wood and steel structure, main staircase and bridge that connects the two wings. Encouraging from the north and south faces of each wing is, battered concrete walls that serve as bookends and sandwich two stories of glass and skylights above provide circulation space inside.
A concrete wall datum and link water features studio / garage to the main house. Datum hold in the atrium wall and damaged by a stone chimney that serves as a visual anchor and structural. moved again to the exterior wall, splitting a public terrace with its view of Mt. Rainier from a private bedroom terrace and Koi pond. Terminal from the wall above the datum is a jacuzzi bank.

Home design interior

Studio / garage consisting of parking and work space below with a studio and deck above. The main orientation of the studio is to the south with glass on four sides. Studio deck looking down through the atrium glass wall of the central datum of the main house to the inlet on the outside.

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