Concrete home designs area completed remodeled by the Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects. they have succeeded created and conceived a remodel home which designed in 1974 and it’s called the Concrete House which is based in Piedmont, California after its is being remodeled.
Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects have completed designed the Concrete House located in Piedmont, California. This home project is a complete remodel of an existing 1974 cast-concrete and the brick living space. The original 7000 square foot house is built for a single couple, a fluid open plan organized around a central courtyard.
It is a house which is ceiling roofted. Although this is an old house which was designed in 1974, after its being remodeled, this house looks modern in the interior in each space inside this house. The concrete and the brick materials add a solid view for this living space.
For the architect, make the living space practical for a family and to upgrade the finishes and fell of the living space while remaining the true to its original spirit of large expanses of exposed materials and the visual openness are the intent of the house remodel plan.
Concrete Home Designs Interior
With a view to maximize the flexibility of the house space, the primary living spaces, kitchen and baths are all reconfigured, it is maintaining the spatial continuity of the existing house while still allowing the private enclosures. Fully operable sliding glass doors open to perceptually extend the living room space into the pool terrace.
The natural light freely accessed inside this house space. It comes from the glass wall or from the circular roof sculpture located in the corner of the house.
The new kitchen can be opened to engage the fully in the life of the house through the device of oversized folding doors for normal occasions. To the house, the three new bedrooms, more like elaborate pieces of the casework than typical room enclosure.