August 27, 2012
Edge House is a minimalist home located in Vama, Bulgaria, designed by STARH Stanislavov Architects. The residence was built for a young family, and is located in a forest adjacent to the sea. The house is meant for seasonal occupation, and is split into two floors. The first floor consists of a large living room, dining room, and kitchen, while the second floor encompasses three bedrooms and baths.
All of the rooms are oriented south so that they are facing the sea. The exterior facade mainly consists of exposed concrete and large glass panes. These two materials symbolize the home’s progressive and aggressive design while contributing to the longevity of the house. I honestly cannot tell if this is a rendering or not, but I love the look of this building – it seems very imposing and significant.
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