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Single-family house with glass facade – architecture inspired by the 60s

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The renowned architecture firm Ney Lima recently showed their latest project. The minimalist Single-family house with glass facade presents an exciting mix of architectural styles – the building was inspired by the 1960s. Work on the design began in 2008 – and was recently successfully completed. In the end, a stylish city villa was created, where tradition meets modernity.

Single-family house with glass facade – minimalism with a romantic touch from the 60s

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Thanks to the simple construction, the villa fits perfectly into the urban landscape of Lago Sul, the original color accents / the swimming pool tiled in red / create a visual connection to the traditional architecture from the area. The house of Ney Lima itself consists of a compact volume with a cube shape. Closed to the street by a high wooden fence, the villa opens onto the courtyard with a garden with a richly glazed facade. The use of glass loosens the severity of the concrete elements. At the same time, the large revolving doors create a seamless connection between the outdoor area with the pool and the living area. The second floor – where the bedrooms and bathrooms are located – is shielded from prying eyes by wooden blinds.

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That Single-family house with glass facade is stylishly furnished – the retro-style furniture brings a romantic touch from the past and creates a cozy ambience. The interior in neutral colors is spiced up with skilfully set accents – in the living room, for example, the futuristic vases attract everyone’s attention, in the dining room the orange wall panels are real eye-catchers, in the bedroom the hand-woven carpet gives the room an exotic look.

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The living area has a high ceiling and a glass facade

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A concrete staircase with integrated lighting leads to the second floor

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 And downstairs in the wine cellar there is a cozy dining area

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The large bedroom turns into a cabinetCabinet set up ideas stylishly modern

The cabinet is stylishly furnished and equipped with a home theater

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The bathroom is seamlessly adjacent to the bedroom

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The bathroom is designed with natural materials

Pool red tile glass facade two floors

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Building wood fence concrete glass door

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Construction plan first second floor floor plan