45° Brutalist is an elegant 750 sq.m house in Iceland with two floors designed and visualized by LYX arkitekter.
The house designers are inspired by the Brutalism concept, introduced by architect le Corbusier in 1952 in the United Kingdom. Brutalism is a movement against the nostalgia of architecture; in brutalist buildings, exposed materials and structural elements are showcased over decorative design.
The house spans two floors with earthy tones. The living and dining room attached with a bathroom and kitchen is on the ground floor. The form of the house is like a flipped container; however, the sides of it are replaced with panoramic glass guaranteeing 360 degrees view of the beach on the ground floors.
Nowadays, designs are becoming more creative; the creativity and attention to the details of every design manifest in almost every part like form, interior, color, and shapes.
The artistry and expressiveness of design reflect in all interiors, specifically on the terrace, where you can see the full view in front of you in broad daylight and the sky on starry nights.
The first floor contains the enchanting primary bedroom with a separate door for the panoramic glass pool is a perfect gateway for summer vacations and hot days. Experiencing and living in such a pleasant design is priceless.
Tools used: Autodesk 3ds Max, SketchUp, Corona Renderer, Quixel Bridge, Adobe Photoshop.
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