Amazing House Design Demonstrates Organic Form and Creative Architecture
This unusual modern house is named Wilkinson Residence. The house is located in lush forests in Portland, Oregon, USA. The owner is a music fan, so the surprising and innovative modern house design is in harmony with the natural landscape and perfectly fits into the surroundings landscape, reflecting an eco friendly attitude and a strong passion for music.
Located on a flag lot, a steep sloping grade provided the opportunity to bring the main level of the house into the tree canopy to evoke the feeling of being in a tree house. A lover of music, the owner of this modern house wanted a home becomes an organic part of the natural landscape and addresses the flow of music. This house design evades the mechanics of the camera, offering smoothly floating living spaces.
It is difficult to capture the way the home interiors flow seamlessly through to the exterior. One must actually stroll through the home interiors to grasp its complexities and its amazing connection to the nature. One example is a natural wood ceiling design, floating on curved laminated wood beams, passing through a generous glass wall which wraps around the main living room.
Organic design, natural materials and creative architectural interiors
A distinctive feature of this modern house design, developed by Robert Harvey Oshatz Architect, www.oshatz.com/ is smooth, soft and curvy lines and surfaces with no sharp angles. The natural materials and glass wall design blend wood, natural stone and glass into gorgeous, organic architectural interiors that look interesting and inviting.
The natural materials and soft shapes allow the house design to merge with the surrounding forest. Natural landscape and contemporary glass wall design with transparent panels offer panoramic views bringing the nature inside and enriching interior design with natural light and relaxing green color of the foliage.
The house has two floors with few bedrooms, living room, home bar, bathrooms, a library and a large terrace. Built in 1997, this modern house design still impress and delight with its organic and surprising architecture.
by Ena Russ
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