This modern house was designed as Accessory Dwelling Unit or guest house which could be built on the primary house property . House character is expressed in continuing connection of interior and exterior spaces. Spacious kitchen and great room were designed as one continuous space in an open floor plan character. The main living area has a higher ceiling which increases the volume of the space. Kitchen is open to the covered porch which could become as a screened porch. Living room, kitchen, master bedroom and the second bedroom has access to the outside through French doors. The second bedroom could be used as the guest bedroom or hobby room. Master bedroom is located away from the main living area to give more privacy and silence.
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“Our ambition is to design homes that fit people’s needs and improve their quality of life. We seek to make your dream home a reality.’’ Our passion is designing comfortable living environments. We believe that well-designed homes can improve the quality of life and we are always looking for innovative ways to reflect contemporary lifestyle needs. We also believe that the best modern architecture results from the deft combination of function and artfulness. Every home that we design expresses exterior elegance and interior comfort, and it is important to establish a dialogue between interior and exterior spaces. For example, well-positioned porches should work as outdoor rooms. Interior design plays a significant role in a good house project and can make smaller volumes function more efficiently and feel larger, and we trust that the owners of our homes will personalize the interior according to their own taste. For more interior design inspiration please visit our Pinterest board: www.pinterest.com/truoba/. Good houses involve not only esthetics and functionality but also sustainability and energy efficiency. At the beginning of every project we work to ensure that the building will perform efficiently, run economically, and be sustainably built and environmentally sensitive. We apply Passive House principles to make every home energy efficient. We also strive to simplify construction in order to lower overall building cost. We design houses for people who seek esthetic quality and comfort in their living environment. Good design adds value to your life and setting. Our ambition is to provide well designed houses that enhance daily life while making a positive impact on our urban environment. Truoba is based in Lithuania. Owner Ignas Stancikas, is an architecture graduate of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
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