California Roll House - project of ultra-modern house, designed by a fan of Japanese cuisine – the architect Christopher Daniel. Curved surface, which wrapped up home, decorated with a hard surface, designed to be used for different types of passive and active recreation.
House is made of modular elements, and so is mobile and easy to build almost anywhere. The materials of which are made units provide energy-saving homes, including to reflect solar heat. Glass panels, electronically controlled responsive to changing weather conditions and have the ability to adjust the level of transparency.
External structure of carbon fiber is wrapped envelope, raise compact housing above the ground. Adopting the idea from the design of the automobile industry, for the main entrance of the architects chose an automatic door with a hydraulic drive.
The height of the door that opens into two parts, is 2 meters. When you open the top of the door up above your head, and the lower part falls, becomes an extension of the floor. When closed the door, made of the same material as the entire exterior finish, is part of the facade, making it invisible to the input views.
Modular house offers future residents a choice of the location of windows, which, combined with large-scale facade glazing, passed into the home more than enough natural light.
The zone is separated from the bedroom total room partition, which is chosen for the role of translucent book shelf. Thus, the sponsors provide the relative privacy of private space, using subtle visual cues that preserve the integrity of the interior.