One of the biggest misconceptions with ‘green design’ is that one needs to put in plenty of effort completely overhaul their home and rely on fancy gadgets and cutting-edge technology to do their part in making the planet a cleaner and safer place.
How do you go about designing a house that blends in with a neighborhood that is filled with traditional homes while giving it a distinct contemporary vibe that sets it apart? This is precisely the fine line that Baran Studio had to tread as they went about shaping a fabulous single-family residence in a serene residential neighborhood of district.
But this ingenious Swedish family home has another surprise in store as a hidden basement level connected with the top two floors using a spiral staircase expands the living area and creates a cozy private family zone.
This is a mountain home that epitomizes the eternal allure of quality log craft and why it is such an essential feature of unforgettable hypnotic cabin retreats. And adding to this charm are custom details such as the wine cellar unique staircase and cool kitchen cabinets and the bunkhouse that turn the into a one-of-a-kind escape.
Large glass doors and windows open up the living area on the lower level and master bedroom to the view outside even as the smart wooden deck and negative-edge pool extend the living space beyond the white walls.