The house looks like a floating building due to its construction on an uneven surface. The floor is suspended over the mainland with out a pillar to support. Architect Guilherme Torres says that he has done it so because the space underneath it can be used for garden pool and living room.
Architectural studio Parsonson Architects with offices in Wellington has completed back in 2008 an interesting residential project entitled Salamanca House. Spreading over 2400 square feet the interior spaces are bright and open leaving the feeling of a contemporary lifestyle. Salamanca House was designed to encompass all necessary features in a two story home.
The strategy was to separate the guesthouse pool and pool house from the main house by locating them amongst the oaks on a lower terrace. They have successfully executed the strategy without disturbing oak’s root systems or people’s privacy or the course of blueprint.
The structure is designed by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects. From the house you could get a spectacular vision of the ridge-top through a massive glassy window. The interior designing is fantastic.
The house was designed to be a holiday home as desired by the clients and hence the house does not need a lot of storage space. The residence houses just two bedrooms a bathroom and a big enough living room with a balcony to provide a nice space to chill out and enjoy.