The living space project which is called Larix House is completed designed by the Architect Corvin Cristian in Snaggov, Romania. The shape and the materials of the house are inspiring the old wood boat sheds on the neighboring Snagnov Lake. The lot is so narrow thus generating the plan and the position. The street elevation is totally opaque while the openings are abounding towards the courtyard for the intimacy reasons.
The exterior electric aluminum blinds which is underneath the wood facade when not in use is providing the sun protection. As the curved balcony handrail or the 1990 colored concrete tiles, the architect is introducing some “romantic” in the austere geometry of the living space. The sofa design from Autobahn is inspire the Thonet chairs, the ottoman, the reclaimed wood coffee table or the Matthew Hilton “Oscar” armchairs are a counterpoint to the white minimal space. The walls are to be filled with a collection of paintings.