This California modern house plans wooden, designed by the Assembledge + studio, is a clear example of how versatile wood is a building material. In design houses, it is usual to sustain a concept or architectural idea, in this case, it is a large wooden box with a floating cover.
The California style house design volume corresponding to the ground floor is finished in the wood on the side facades, with very few openings, while on the front and back facades the wood acts as a frame for the large windows. The sum of the facades on the ground floor gives the appearance of a box that opens completely to the outside on two sides. The first floor is glazed almost completely to produce the floating roof effect. All that glass gives a lighter aspect and enhances the importance and weight of the cover.
As for the photos of the California style house interior, the bathroom, with that large window, gives more importance to design than to privacy. The use of glass sinks with marble countertops on a raised cabinet appears more spacious.
The living room has a glazed corner that protrudes in the front facade integrates the exterior with the interior. The large minimalist cabinet without handles and raised makes the entire space purer. The fireplace looks like one more painting (probably gas for practicality).
Many imitators of this design will undoubtedly come out since the Assembledge + study marks the trends within avant-garde architecture. We from Canexel will continue publishing in the future new articles on more constructions of this prestigious brand, a source of inspiration for any future client who is looking for elegance, luminosity and good taste for the construction of a modern house.