This house is located in Cortalloid and designed by Switzerland-based Architecture Studio Frundgallina. The place shows reminiscences of both Nordic and Japanese architectures with its monochromatic tones and minimal lines. I tend not to like flooring built in different materials because they interrupt the natural flow of space, especially in open ones. But, in this case, the use of concrete next to wooden floors works very well and underline the different atmospheres the architects thought for each room: a functional, essential approach for the kitchen and a more domestic one for the living and communal rooms.
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