MINIMALIST HOUSE


The home sits in a hill overlooking the coast on the north of Lebanon.
A rough architecture articulated on two levels, bedrooms in the basement and main living on the upper floor. 
High ceilings, built-in furniture, and a minimum color. Sky high ceilings
The color white dominates around the floors and highlights shadows, distances and independent elements such as chairs, sofa, table and other furniture.
When you enter the house, you see an open space that seeks a balance between the linearity imposed by the two parallel main elements. 
The central dining table (Borges table by Emmemobili), surrounded by chairs (Wishbone chair by carl Hansen & son ) filter open space of the living room in an unobtrusive way to calm, offering a counterpoint on the couch.


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