wright conversion is a residence that was formed by the sloping south african architect is an architect elmo blackish who initially developed the expansion project with a three-bedroom thatched cottage in Durban, South Africa. included in making the addition of new bedrooms, two studies, which are used for multi-room entertainment and an art gallery, design features a sloping surface that encloses the structure to form a liquid floor, wall and roof forms.
Being in a dense grouping of trees and mature design, maintain natural materiality of the site while building a modern presence in the form and structure so it does not change the slightest originality in the vicinity. If you look at the side of the house it will show the hay in contrast with the fluid that surrounds the steel frame interior space. outside patio that connects to a new bedroom combined with straw material forming the upper permeable reservoirs outdoor shower.
art gallery governed by a linear shape with a tunnel connecting the entrance to the valley on the other side of the site. clad on both sides of the glass area, tunnels transparent medium that establishes the line of sight to the surrounding landscape. parking spaces large enough for two cars to take the outside of the structure of the cantilever part.
via – designboom