Contemporary Sloped Concrete Terrain Residence House Architecture in Forest
Architect Michael Rantilla the Freelon Group is a creative force behind the Residence Rantilla, admirable example of modern architecture, where nature and industry come together in harmony. In the vicinity of Raleigh, North Carolina, a beautiful sloping forest terrain is the house that presents both interesting and problematic properties.
Between the building restrictions, rivers and steep slopes, architect designed this house three cold floor with three very different volumes, each look in a different direction and the cantilever with each other and in the open. Apart from sleek, innovative floor, some covered outdoor living areas (one roof plans shall create a volume of each, and a shady shelter among them) not to a wonderful platform that extends out to mention the top level. Inside this house is just a modern “industry” with the unusual presence of concrete walls and floor with a clean, sophisticated materials such as stainless steel and large glass walls.