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Forest house fitting into its natural environment

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A house that fits perfectly into the quiet environment of a green forest and does not try to excel, but to adapt to its surroundings. The 87-square-meter house is the result of a collaboration between the studio Talleresque and Juan Pablo de la Rosa, who sought transparency and simplicity of construction. The house is mostly made of wood and surrounded by external stairs, which take you to different parts of the house. On the ground floor there is a smaller music studio with a miniature kitchen, then the first floor consists of a bathroom and the upper part is a relaxation room, ie a bedroom with panoramic windows. The beautiful forest house will surely be loved by many Freethinkers, who love freedom and the daily chirping of birds.

Architecture: Talleresque
Photography: Studio Chirika

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