A living space design which is called The House Szelpal is completed designed by the Felber Architects in Solothurn, Switzerland. By the architect, this house is fully constructed from a concrete construction, just the glass elements which are used as the house window. This minimalist open plan house is focus to the brighter plan. It is achieved by add a glass installation for the house itself and a bright paint for the house decoration.
The window which used is designed along the house length. So every place inside the house is accessed by sunlight. In the bathroom area is installed a bath partition which made from a glass. This glass partition is designed semi-covered; it is achieved by a letter which is found in the glass partition itself, very unique!
In the entrance, a wooden ventilation is appears there, one more natural light access. In the work space is placed a wooden shelve furniture to keep the book. The natural lighting is being a primary achievement in designing the living space. Nice!
Visit the Felber Architects website – here.
Photography by Bruno Helbling