I suggest you visit the UK, Hertfordshire. They say there can be found “luminous property”.
On an entertaining portal we will tell you about a house that was built for a married couple instead of a dilapidated farm building on 0.81 hectares of land.
Practice shows that it is more rational to build new houses than to reconstruct existing buildings. The authors of the project are the architects of the company NallMcLaughlin Architects.
According to them, the glass wall allows a large amount of sunlight to penetrate into the interior of the building and, at the same time, offers a breathtaking view of the countryside.
A modern British house and an adjacent plot are planned with five strips using various materials: thickets of silver birch trees surrounding the house, an oak-paneled study, wooden window frames and a loggia with steel columns supporting a canopy of perforated metal that reflects the water in the pool. The spacious living room is a large fireplace.
From it you can go to the veranda, tiled, where you will find a wooden table near the pool.
The new house is surrounded by gardens owned by the owner of the old house. Modern, having nothing in common with rural housing, it fits well into the formed landscape of the local area.