H_muk final, a project from the architectural team ma hoRe, is the culmination of mixing necessity and sophistication.
Designed for a physical therapist, the client wished to incorporate dedicated areas in the home for both work and living space. The lower floor contains the occupational building and the top portion provides a 2 story residential space.
The ability to combine both sections, presenting them together but in their individual configurations creates an effective layout. The private portions of the home are comfortably secluded from the business division, and the therapy rooms are open and engaging.
All aspects of the home are intended to be visually appealing but also practical. Many items offer multifunctional resources, such as in the staircase that also works as an extra space and support for furniture.
The smart design even employs the roof, which provides shading and also works as a carport and unites the separate zones.
It certainly looks high end and surely tipped the scales money wise, but it was actually efficiently built for an assembly of its stature, largely constructed from concrete. The panels are made with duromer high pressure laminate, which according to the architects, permits rear ventilation while covering the residence.
Filled with sunlight from the windows on multiple levels, the modern interior fits the contemporary exterior.
The mountain views and blue sky definitely add to the view, and make this design an ideal place for both work and play.
All images are via ma hoRe.
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