Welcome to our gallery featuring the immaculate, modern Three Trees House, designed by DADA Partners.
This intricately plotted contemporary creation is wrapped in glass and integrated with a pool and patio.
The construction, mixing natural materials and cutting edge design, has resulted in a truly unique home.
This house was built on a verdant landscape dotted with large, mature trees. In a reflection of the surrounding nature, the overtly modern home was crafted with plentiful warm natural wood and open spaces for a deep integration with its surroundings.
The existing trees were preserved during construction, meaning that the house had to be nestled like the tines of a fork between them. The result is an interrelated space where the outdoors and indoors mix freely.
The structure is based around an assembly of a pair of rectangular blocks, an eastern facing front block and a western facing rear counterpart. These blocks are connected by a lengthy, transparent staircase segment, neatly tying the home together.
With the shape of the home and its wraparound glazing, offering expansive views of the surroundings, the large trees become a part of the experience. The largest of the three, a flowering Bombax tree, stands at the center of the courtyard.
That courtyard exists as a centerpiece for the entire house, despite being outside of it. Almost every room has a wide view into it, and most open directly into the courtyard, blurring the line between indoors and out.
The openness of the design and the interactivity with the outdoors make this home a striking place to behold.
After seeing the front of the home, we come to the expansive courtyard behind it, where multiple rooms overlook and the large trees and foliage are prominent features. A lido pool can be seen peeking out at right.
The courtyard features an intricate dance of natural and man made elements, most notably evoked in this wraparound reflection pool and the large tree at center. On both sides, rooms within the home can be seen through full height glass.
Now inside the home, we see the expansive views afforded within the living room, with glass wrapping entirely around. The courtyard can be seen clearly across the hardwood flooring.
The living room is filled with lush modern furniture and intricate works of art, like the floor lamp sculpture in yellow. The structure of the home is revealed as a series of open box designs in the background.
The master bath is a striking modern space, mixing glass, white marble, rich natural wood, and rows of bright greenery. A pedestal tub at left can be enjoyed with wraparound views of nature.
Further along in the home, we see lengthy rooms filled with rich hardwood flooring, marble, and expanses of pristine white walls. The furniture is a mixture of neat, midcentury modern designs.
Here we see the lengthy stairway segment connecting the two major box structures of the home. Even here, full height glazing makes for an expansive feeling.
On a second floor balcony, we see a great view of the courtyard and surrounding pieces of the home, wrapped in brick, marble, and rich wood tones. The tree commands attention at the center.
Moving around the side of the structure, we see the large swimming pool reflecting the home across the courtyard. This intricately crafted space mixes sharp modern design and an invitation to nature.
Across the vast courtyard, we see a large sunning room, living room, bedrooms up top, and an abundance of full height glass and sliding doors. The focus of the entire home is a direct interaction with nature.
Finally we see the entire home lit up at night, with the two volumes wrapping the courtyard, connected by the narrow staircase segment. This ultra modern home is fully integrated with its surroundings.
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