The largest and brightest room in the house is, of course, the living room with kitchen, where the whole family will spend the most time. So we made this space open and very functional. All windows to the floor, and the sofa is not deployed to the wall, as everyone is accustomed to, but to the largest window overlooking the courtyard.
The second floor is a private area with bedrooms and a guest room. The master bedroom is combined with a wardrobe and has a private bathroom with a bathtub and a large corner window overlooking the forest.
To decorate the facade and terrace, we decided to use heat-treated pine boards to give the house a Scandinavian style. On the roof there is a metal seam of graphite color, which contrasts with the wooden facade and adds conciseness to the house.
To adjust the proportions, the roof was raised by one and a half meters, and to make the house more light, we widened all the windows as much as possible and lowered some of them to the floor.