The Villa Lola by Arkis Architects has a Country and Rustic Feel

By: Sarah Robson - Published: • References: ark.is & archiscene.net
The Villa Lola by Arkis Architects has a country and rustic feel. This house has been built in Akureyri, Iceland, and has three peaks that create dips between the roof slopes. Each peak points towards the sky, and this spot would be a great lookout to go stargazing.

The exterior of the house is made from wood, and the windows along the sides are placed in very distinct places. From the sides, you cannot see any separation from the first and second floors, and the back of the building is filled with windows on both floors. This house rests on a countryside that appears far from civilization, and onlooks rolling hills and grasslands for miles. This cozy house would make for a very peaceful escape. Stats for Secluded Stargazing Structures Trending: Older & Average
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