Are you tired of your usual work-filled hectic days? Are you dying for a vacation like the rest of us? Are you ready to sprint away from the hustle-bustle of the city and jump right into the cozy comforts of Mother Nature? Well, designer Alexander Nerovnya understands our hidden needs perfectly! Located on a slight incline at the edge of a forest, Nerovnya’s secluded and spacious vacation home YORK house is the ultimate get-away we have all been crossing our fingers for!
In adherence to his design philosophy, Nerovnya uses bare geometrical shapes in an unusual and unique manner, and this time he decided to make “a common gable roof” the star of the structure. Functioning as a beautiful holiday destination for huge groups of friends and family, YORK house comprises a three-storey structure, incorporating four bedrooms with individual bathrooms, that can accommodate up to eight people or more. Each bedroom provides a serene view of the stunning outdoor surroundings, amped by the fact that the house is located on an inclined edge. Waking up to rays of the sun pouring into your bedroom and the view of the forest to bid you goodnight sounds like heaven on earth to me! The panoramic glass doors and windows slide effortlessly, merging the interiors of the house with its exteriors. Not to mention the multi-leveled terraces allow you to saunter out for a breath of fresh air without actually leaving the premises of the home.
The central building structure divides the house into two solitary sections, and this is where the common gable roof comes in, functioning as a uniting factor and providing a ‘homely’ feeling to the vacation house. The white outline running throughout the framework of the house makes it look like a comical sketch or the home icon! Looking like it’s stepped right out of a children’s fairytale book, Nerovnya’s YORK house is truly the holiday home of my dreams. I’ll be packing my backpacks soon, what about you?
Designer: Alexander Nerovnya