Nowadays, more and more single-family houses are planned with a U-shaped construction volume. The reason – quite simply – to design the terrace as a communication center. On the one hand, the garden, the pool and the seating area are shielded from the wind and prying eyes, and on the other hand, all rooms can look onto the outdoor area. We present you such a project for modern terrace design by the talented DADA architects – the house fascinates with a modern and at the same time homely concept.
Modern terrace design – sliding glass doors on the ground floor create a seamless transition between inside and outside
The concept of open space design means creating a seamless connection between the living area on the ground floor and the garden. The modern terrace design becomes a fundamental element of the architecture – the living room turns into a lounge corner, the kitchen – into a casual outdoor dining area and the bedroom – into a terrace with sun loungers. In the end, life is completely shifted outside in summer, and in the cold season the homeowners can sit comfortably inside and marvel at nature.
Modern terrace design – divide the outdoor area into zones
An important prerequisite for such a design is the well thought-out planning and division of the outdoor area into different zones. For example, a small garden pond can be created right next to the sleeping area – water has a calming effect and relaxes the senses. There can be a small playground or a seating area in front of the living room. The bathroom can be shielded from prying eyes by tall perennials.
Modern terrace design – spacious terrace and garden pond in front of the living room
Lush trees provide shade and add variety to the garden
The sunny dining room looks sideways to the terrace
Living room with high ceiling and glass fronts looks to the sun terrace
The U-shaped building offers decisive advantages – the terrace becomes the focal point of communication
Modern terrace design of a single-family house with glass fronts
Inside and outside are seamlessly connected in the hallway
Balcony on the second floor – the glass railings allow a distant view
The bathroom is shielded from view by tall shrubs
Project by DADA Architects