When you mention Texas one can’t help but think of oil rigs amazing cattle farms tycoons and a rather arid landscape. But keeping away from the culture of “bigger better and faster” the Hill Country residence in Austin has our thirst for architectural design fulfilled.
Designers of Seta House created a structure which is constantly connected with the world outside. An open plan means that the first floor sports a living room a dining space a kitchen that are all rolled into a cool ‘social area’.
The home’s living room features bright walls and warm wooden accents as well as slatted seating. Low-wattage LED lighting is a priority. Shelving and surface-top space is anything but scarce as you can see:
Moving to the bedroom and we resonate with the creative mind who got the idea of hanging Tom Dixon lamps from the ceiling — as side table lamps and this chic wall art in a place where modernism and minimalism are so well defined.
The wheels of each rolling hut help to elevate the structure so guests can enjoy an optimal view… Ready for a glimpse at the interior? The modern design does not disappoint. In fact these dwellings were designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects. Note the warm wooden details and the earthy glow of each space:
This was achieved by employing along with aesthetic interiors and a fine balance of various building materials to create the desired outcome. The house uses a fine blend of wood and stone to create a semi-minimalist interior that are clad in gentle and sober shades. It has all-white walls that bring out the natural beauty and warmth of wood to perfection while the décor and furnishings have also been kept pristine to further accentuate this effect.
The unabated views of Washington Lake Mt. Rainier and North Cascades defined the way the house was conceived. Adding to this gorgeous natural setting is the use of water features inside the home to create an ambient atmosphere.