“A House Forever” means a modern family home, that from Longhi Architects Designed for a young couple in La Molina, Lima, Peru. You wanted a house where you could live forever. Architects were given a great opportunity to create amazingly contemporary architecture. The team interpreted their dreams in this interesting concept and built a “container of life”.
Modern single-family house with free-floating terraces
The architect’s vision for a special house was completed when he first went to the construction site and realized that there was already an old house where the couple lived with their two children. Then the task was to destroy the house but keep the spirit. The metaphor for the design was to imagine that a large rock was found at the site and it had to be carved and designed to accommodate all of the living spaces for the family.
Modern single-family house with asymmetrical architecture
A garage for 4 cars, terrace, maid’s room, pool, kitchen, dining and living room on the ground floor houses the house. The rooms look like carved in the rock and the furniture is often built in. The interesting stone texture goes well with the other natural and artificial materials in the house and contrasts with the glass elements. To complete the overall picture, the black stone plinth supports four parts of the house, which extend dramatically towards the front.
interesting decorations on the facade
Inner courtyard and terrace
Stone and glass in contrast
Floor board and stone walls