A15 Villa is a minimalist residence positioned in Budapest, Hungary, designed by Kettőpera Stúdió. The construction presents itself modestly from the road with its sq. plan and tented roofline, revealing solely its mass at eye stage. The principle entrance is elevated amidst the treetops, whereas a part of the decrease stage is submerged, using an atrium to introduce southwestern gentle into the center of the house. This central void isn’t solely a light-weight supply but additionally central to the villa’s structure, with dwelling areas on the higher stage and personal quarters beneath, all oriented in the direction of the scenic view of János hill and the distant Erzsébet lookout tower. The villa’s body is of bolstered concrete, topped with a visual picket roof construction that rests on inside concrete beams.
The façade juxtaposes the solidity of structural concrete with elongated, rust-colored brick cladding that’s ventilated for sturdiness. Complementary black-painted wooden paneling adorns the retracted surfaces close to the inexperienced roofing, whereas black aluminum is chosen for doorways and home windows. The roof itself is completed with darkish grey sheet metallic. Internally, the design continues the theme of fabric duality, with uncovered concrete beams and the picket roof construction defining the area, permitting for minimalistic inside accents that improve the architectural options. The design is orchestrated to create concord between the inside and the outside, with panorama vistas, inside gardens, and structural components framed by giant openings. The inside particulars are crafted to resonate with the outside, fostering a delicate dialogue between the 2.