Cubic House in Nikaia designed by Christina Zerva Architects
Cubic houses designed by Christina at Nikaia Zerva Architects, consists of two forms, the living and sleeping areas, connected by a glass bridge. The construction of the steel skeleton of the object wrapped by organic prefabricated blocks which act as the perfect insulation for a warm summer and winter was typical for the region. Interaction of geometric shapes, offering beautiful scenery in the mountain Olympus.
On the upper level master bedroom, laundry room and bathroom. One level for each. Through the glass corridor they have access to the main bedroom and bathroom. Interior and exterior completely illuminated with LED modules, with low energy consumption
And recycling used materials have been used for buildings. In the absence of a conventional internal support walls there is a chance for more beautiful, free form the separator room, reminiscent of the industrial space that was never designed with rooms in mind.