If I were to design a house, it would most likely look like the Freundorf Villa by Project A01. Simplicity and overpowering elegance are the identification marks of this remarkable residence that is majestically nestled on a green hill in a village close to Vienna, Austria.
Angularity can be found in both exterior and interior of the house. The two-storey structure has a sloping roof and distinctively formed walls. Space between clean white surfaces on the outside is filled with windows that open to a large well-kept lawn in the front and a discrete swimming at the back of the villa. Openness is visible also in the interior, which has been designed with an elegantly minimal approach.
It is sparse and extremely clean. Thanks to large windows, the light can penetrate it freely and highlight the whiteness of the walls and ceilings. Furniture is similarly clean to an extent that it is barely noticeable. The only exceptions are dark-coloured chairs in the living room, an earthy dining counter in the kitchen, and a couple of accessories and decor elements scattered across the interior.
The Freundorf Villa is a great example of uniformity in architecture. Shape of the main structure, interior design, and furniture form an inseparable whole. It makes you think that all elements are mutually dependable and were designed one for another - and it's beautiful.