The paper folding art house – unique country house design
by architect Janes D Burnside
The paper folding art house is a modern residential building designed by architect Janes D Burnside. It is located in Northern Ireland, in Kells. The location has idyllic scenery to offer to this lovely home. It is green and full of deciduous trees and little plants. The house is very well lit and offers nice views of the landscape through the low floor windows.
Modern country house design – the paper folding art house
That Paper folding art house has only one level and therefore needs more floor space. To avoid the boring simple look of a sprawling single storey building, the architects design the house in a more interesting way using the effect of the unusual order. The idea is really very simple. That Paper folding art house consists of eight different components – each is shaped like a country house. They are connected with a bridge. There are five houses on one side of a bridge and three more on the other side. Those two groups form a major part of the house. It actually looks more like two houses united by the same style and concept.
modern exterior design – an innovative country house
The sloping roofs of all the houses allow the image of the building to come into its own. The facades are painted in white and the roofs are covered with dark gray tiles. The windows are large and take up a significant part of the facade where the living areas are located. The more private parts of the Paper folding art housethey have smaller narrow windows. Huge white fireplaces are used as accents.
The interior is designed in light colors, mostly white and some beige in the furniture and decoration. The different rooms are combined into a whole large living area that feels more spacious. It is a Paper folding art house with many angles and roof slopes.
By K.H. Christova