The Desert Villa style by Studio Aiko utilizes the natural atmosphere to develop a comfy and sustainable residence that is as stylish as it is cozy. Built into the sandy slope with only 1 side exposed, the sand of the desert is used as a temperature regulator, and just in case it is nonetheless also hot inside, the house has a huge circular void cut inside the roof structure as a heat release. With a large concrete pad for outdoor relaxation and a wall of window glazings for outdoor gazing, this desert abode creates both an indoor and outdoor living encounter. The project was originally approached as an interior and exterior visualization for Winestein Vaadia Architects, whose short requested a peaceful and calm surrounding. I would say Studio Aiko achieved the peace and calm with a touch of wow.
In this version of a desert residence a tiny seating arrangement takes full advantage of the views beyond. Next to the seating is a small wood stove for those nights that prove to be a small chilly and beyond the fireplace is the dining location. The dining region attributes a fun mobile above the table and a heat release void on the far wall. The long wall of glass follows the curvy lines of the roofline while the laminated columns add in a linear aesthetic.
A third version functions a flat roof rather then a curvy one particular. Here, slats create a gridded heat release more than the covered deck and the wall of glass wraps around 3 sides of the residence rather then just 1. In all 3 versions of theis desert property idea, the attributes of sand as a temperature regulator, voids as heat release and walls of glass to expose the views are a continuous. What adjustments is purely style aesthetics and whether you favor the curvy or linear method, you have to admit all 3 are fairly amazing.