Orange House is a modern combination of warm colors, modern construction and stylish lighting. The private house is located in the outskirts of Ankara, Turkey, and combines both lovely views of the city and the surrounding forest of Middle East Technical University. The three-storey building was built into a steep area of 1050 square meters and is designed by Yazgan Design Architecture.
Orange house exterior design
The house has a grid structure, which consists of five rectangular volumes, linked by glass curtain walls. The basis is made of concrete materials, which are covered with a system of glass fibers. On this basis lies volumes made by Aquapanels. The panels are plastered and painted with plastic orange paint, both outside and inside. Orange dominates in the interior and the exterior design, during the day is clearly visible from a distance like orange blossom. At night the colors of the house vary in different shades of particular time period.
Led-lighting outdoor staircase
This is due to built in modern Led-lighting is mounted throughout territory of the house: porch, deck terrace… Lighting can be controlled by a tablet-like panel. The angles of the external and internal walls of the building are curved. They give a modern look of the architectural plan. For floor coverings is used wood parquet, and modern plaster. Beautiful paintings lies on the walls in living areas, elegant glass parapet decorate an indoor illuminated glass wall and outdoor pool area.
Stylish living space interior design
Outside the swimming pool is decorated with modern waterfall, (it reflects light) and from the inside area whit glass arch. Materials for the stairs are steel frames and tempered frosted glass between which is integrated LED-lighting. Perforated white ceiling gives finished look in a futuristic style of the interior. Orange house welcoming during the day and changing like a rainbow at night is another proof of the originality and perfect combination of architecture, design and art, thanks to the collaboration of architects, designers and owner of the house, do not you think?
Text by MD