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A beautiful artist refuge follows. An extraordinary design showcase tailored for Atelier Pam & Jenny by l’escaut architectures. The splendid establishment envisioned resides low in the landscape, 2/3 of the work-space being beneath ground level, very much like a modern Hobbit house. Nestled between green slopes a small rectangular shape is positioned comfortable, surrounded by superb greenery that ties a permanent connection between the exterior and interior of the home trough expansive views. The end of the rectangular shape is materialized by a glazed wall that opens towards the court fully, allowing the light to flood the space.
Thanks to the home`s low position the roof is uncommonly low, underneath the eye level, emphasizing the beautiful landscape around it, being subdued to greenery, to its habitat. To further enhance the airy effect, Zenithal openings do infuse light in the back of the home, spectacular views being captured towards the horn-beam hedge.
The raw exposed concrete offers the environment its chance to naturally act on the design, in time. Matched with natural wooden textures, the image is complete, natural.
Greenery simply stuns the viewer with immense beauty. The green roof helps with isolation and emphasizes the landscape at the same time.
The office access is discrete, nestled in the ground.
Plywood textures bring coziness and warmth inside. Zenithal light animates the interior work space at any given time.
A small fireplaces brings warm, coziness and inspiration to creative minds.
A small meeting area has been realized at the entrance, gathering expansive views.
What do you think about this superb work-space? Garden Atelier Pam & Jenny by l’escaut architectures is a small example of inexpensive, beautiful architecture that does not distress the environment in which it resides but emphasize it through its presence and its practicality as an incubator for creative individuals. We would love to hear your opinion on the subject in the comment section below.
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