Architecture

Private Wooden Residence in Romania: Style and Diversity

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Located in a beautiful natural area, surrounded by hills, this project comes from architect George Balan and it is the type of residence that is beautifully integrated in its environment. The concrete and wooden exterior makes for a fantastic camouflage and the finishes  are weather resistant.  The interior is wide and spacious, with walls made of wood and marble, in order to create a very natural feel.  Strategically placed windows allow its inhabitants to make the most of the surrounding views. The furniture is modern and the interior design elegant and stylish. Away from the city noise, it almost seems like this place is calling out for an escapade. Quite a nice summer hideout, don’t you think? – via O casa pe zi

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5 comments

  • Rox January 28, 2010 at 21:20 PM Login to Reply →

    As a romanian citizen, I am proud of this post and I also ejoy your site very much. Thx for all your great posts!

  • ardas January 28, 2010 at 23:36 PM Login to Reply →

    sweet :)

  • mari April 10, 2010 at 13:25 PM Login to Reply →

    i love romania!

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  • Gregory P August 5, 2010 at 07:09 AM Login to Reply →

    That house is awful. It has no character and homeliness. How anyone would want to actually live there is beyond me.

    It might be good for an architectural students design project for his PhD, but real people have to live in such ugly boxes, and considering the Romanian communist history, why would anyone want to live in such a boring square unimaginative box, and certainly not pay large amounts of money for it.