Contemporary house architecture by Ciel Rouge
The based in Tokyo and Paris architectural studio Ciel Rouge presents the innovative Villa Ronde. It is a fine piece of contemporary house architecture completed in 2010 in Japan. Its location is set on a green hillside that overlooks the Japanese coast. The concept of the building is inspired by those surroundings and the design responds to the natural environment. Covered with a lot of greens, especially its roof parts make the house look as though it is growing from the hill. The 30cm earth layer on top of the roof has its own watering system. It doesn’t only act as a beautiful green feature of this contemporary house architecture but also provides natural insulation to the building. A double façade is also used in favor of natural thermal ratio protecting the building from the weather conditions.
The area inside the house is organized as a free organic space, its rooms arranged around a large patio situated in the center. Round shape is chosen as the best option for the construction.
It shields it from the strong typhoon winds and provides beautiful views from every side. The inside space of this contemporary house architecture includes a guest house, a resort and a private museum. They are organized in two floor levels with a total area of 1800m². The rooms are connected with each other as one spacious continuous gallery but they can also be enclosed on occasion. The interior design varies in the different parts of the building. As befitting modern house architecture the interior is minimalist framing large clean spaces with a lot of natural light. The spaces have long glass walls where the rooms require more light and elliptic windows for more private atmosphere. The color scheme of the interior is a combination of neutral background and colorful accents. There are white walls and ceilings, warm wood for the floor and various decorations that bring color.
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