In a residential area made up of several houses, every home owner endeavors to obtain suitable privacy screens that guarantee sufficient privacy without restricting the property and also making it look stylish. The Staab residence was an attractive one for this purpose Masonry as a privacy screen chosen, which is partly completely closed and on the other side shows a half-open design in a mesh look. In this way, the connection to the nature surrounding the house remains intact.
Masonry as a privacy screen and metal fence
The masonry as a privacy screen is also continued for the construction of the house. The stone-on-stone construction ensures a solid construction that guarantees an attractive wall design in the interior with a gray concrete look. This design is combined with modern, minimalist furniture for the kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. In addition, the floor has a gray color both inside and outside, creating a monochrome interior. There is also an impressive steel kitchen that adapts to the shiny floor.
Masonry as a privacy screen in a mesh look
While the masonry was used as a privacy screen on the lower floor and for the outside area with the terrace and pool, the aim of the second floor of the modern house is to take advantage of the impressive view. Large window fronts create bright rooms from which the attractive surroundings can be enjoyed. We have put together a gallery that gives you a more detailed overview of the house design. The property is located in Scottsdale, Arizona and was designed and completed in 2013 by Chen + Suchart Studio.
Modern wall and floor design
Window fronts for the living rooms
Narrow room with a bathtub
Corridor-shaped garden shower
Gray walls and recessed lights
Brick-on-brick construction for the modern home
High wall for privacy
Outdoor area with pool
Balcony with glass railing
Masonry as a privacy screen and a minimalist garden
House design by Chen + Suchart Studio
Design by Chen + Suchart Studio.