Two independent apartments in a Green Building in ItalyM2 House: A sustainable building in Italy, home to two separate apartments The first striking feature of the house M2, this situated in Bolzano, Italy strange building element is that it offers two apartments on different floors. Born of a vision of the mono-volume design + architecture, the residence has an imposing exterior, which is as seen on the side of the access road, hidden by the facades of view, while another, each of the rooms on the other side lying pool and landscape opens. Deep roof overhang to protect the two "huts" against extreme weather and roof top level has an integrated photovoltaic system.
Sustainable architecture - built in the outdoor poolBoth apartments are configured so that each by itself has direct access to the parking area and the underground pool. The link between them is made by the internal and external staircase - a stylish design with a design that fits perfectly into the overall design of the house. The interiors are minimalist and running in predominantly white tones that evoke the idea of space in the rooms. The natural lighting and wide exploration areas represent some of the greatest benefits of the building. [Photos: M & H Photo Studio] Exterior shutters provide shade for
Shapes and geometric lines - walls and glass balustrades Eye-catching design and modern architecture Large roof terrace - solid, durable materials Staircase with glass balustrade Sliding glass doors - Wood Flooring Minimalist designed outdoor area with pool and integrated ceiling lighting Dining compact pool All-white decor in the kitchen Contemporary living room design - Contrasting colors Solid wood dining table
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