Dutch architectural studio dmvA built a magical forest, “hut” under the laconic title vB4 - a small, modest and almost a traditional exterior and a spacious, luxurious and creative inside.
The new house is an extension and modernization of an old building, located in rural areas of Brecht (Germany).
Externally, the new, transformed parts made of wood, tend not to differ from the original. Tightly interact with each other, old and new spaces include a library, a bathroom and entrance area.
Exterior “hut” is designed to blend with the surrounding forest. Painted in black boards resemble tree trunks. The facade and the rear of the homes have upgraded solid glass, so that, if desired, space was at home browsing through, uniting with nature, overlooking the garden and pond.
However, if you need privacy, occupants may use a snow-white sliding wall, which protects them from prying eyes or too much sunlight. The outdoor terrace, located on a wooden podium, provides a place to have fun in the warm season.
Given the strict regulations of the local municipality, the converted building should not occupy an area of ??more than 26 square meters and is discordant with the traditional local architecture. Thanks to a talented architectural and design solutions within the house-to-date there is no sense of space or lack of flagrant interference in the natural environment.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio http://www.dmva..ndex.php?lan=en