The 'TR House' blends in with its surrounding environment and provides privacy for its residents.
Designed by the Barcelona-based architecture firm 'PMMT,' the home is three storeys tall, is positioned on a sloping area and is partially inside the ground. Most of the camouflage house is covered in vertical chestnut boards, while a checkerboard pattern of tiles surrounds the house's exterior. The tiles make up a screen that provides privacy and shade to the home's residents while still allowing them to enjoy the outdoors. The interior of the home is open-concept and has integrated vegetation in the form of plants and trees.
The TR House is an excellent mix of modern and natural elements while providing quirky and functional protection for its residents.
The TR House Provides Privacy with Strategically Placed Tiles
1. Camouflaged Architecture - Opportunity for architects to design homes that blend in with the natural environment while still providing privacy and functionality.
2. Innovative Use of Tiles - Opportunity for tile manufacturers to create tiles that serve multiple purposes, such as providing shade and privacy while also being aesthetically pleasing.
3. Integrated Vegetation in Homes - Opportunity for architects and landscapers to incorporate plants and trees within the design of homes, providing a seamless integration with nature.
1. Architecture - Architects can incorporate the use of tiles and natural elements such as plants and trees to create unique, functional, and visually appealing homes that blend in with their surroundings.
2. Tile Manufacturing - Tile manufacturers can explore and create new types of tiles that not only serve as a decorative element, but also provide functional purposes such as privacy and shade.
3. Landscaping - Landscapers can work with architects and homeowners to integrate plants and trees in the design of homes, creating a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors.