The controlled simplicity of this pavilion house – essentially a rectangular base with a pitched roof demonstrates a direct and rational design method. The house is relatively small but very open, with large banks of windows and a large covered terrace.
The Pavilion House encircled by farmland, was designed to make the most of its countryside vistas: full-length windows run the length of the front elevation, filling rooms with light and drawing the eye to the views outside.
You can see across the entire length of the house, exaggerating the feeling of space throughout the home.
The house is intended for a 4 member family and extends to 280 S.Q.M. of usable area.
The attention to details, as in the vertical boarding of the terrace and the colour palette, help to define the importance of each element.
This project is a practical solution to domestic modern design.