GA 26 Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria by Nadine Engelbrecht

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GA 26 Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria by Nadine Engelbrecht Architect.

Location: Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria
Architect: Nadine Engelbrecht
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The house exterior uses off-shutter concrete facades and polished concrete floors.

The home exterior makes use of off-shutter concrete facades and polished concrete flooring.

The walkway is made with polished concrete floors that curve to the entrance of the house.

The walkway is made with polished concrete flooring that curve to the doorway of the home.

The entrance of the house is in the middle of two structures with stone walls.

The doorway of the home is in the midst of two constructions with stone partitions.

The living room has polished floors and an indoor open fireplace.

The lounge has polished flooring and an indoor open hearth.

The living room, dining area, and kitchen are next to each other.

The lounge, eating space, and kitchen are subsequent to one another.

The kitchen features a kitchen island and the lighting creates a dramatic effect.

The kitchen encompasses a kitchen island and the lighting creates a dramatic impact.

The hallway with glass walls and polished concrete floors leads to the upper room.

The hallway with glass partitions and polished concrete flooring results in the higher room.

The garage has an open staircase made of concrete leading to the upper room.

The storage has an open staircase product of concrete resulting in the higher room.

The bedroom has full-size glass walls and blinds that regulate sunlight.

The bed room has full-size glass partitions and blinds that regulate daylight.

The bedroom walls are made of off-shutter concrete left unpainted creating an aesthetic feel.

The bed room partitions are product of off-shutter concrete left unpainted creating an aesthetic really feel.

This view features the glass walls and blinds in the bedrooms.

This view options the glass partitions and blinds within the bedrooms.

The patio features a polished concrete floors and unique sofa.

The patio encompasses a polished concrete flooring and distinctive couch.

The house features a pool in the backyard for relaxation.

The home encompasses a pool within the yard for leisure.

Next to the pool is a small deck with an outdoor grill for picnics.

Subsequent to the pool is a small deck with an out of doors grill for picnics.

People spending quality time in the backyard of the house.

Folks spending high quality time within the yard of the home.

GA 26

Positioned in Lynnwood Ridge within the coronary heart of Pretoria, Present Acres 26 is a compact 305m2 residential home with polished concrete flooring and revolutionary use of off-shutter concrete facades. The Faerie Glen nature reserve borders the jap boundary of the home inspiring the design as a hide-away area within the metropolis.

In response to contextual influences, the design faces the road facade as a mirrored image of the town with elegantly designed concrete facades creating final privateness. In juxtaposition, nevertheless, the home opens up in the direction of the character reserve creating an elevated home within the timber. This biophilic home integrates nature and combines personal pure dwelling with metropolis life.

The shoppers’ temporary motivated a personal metropolis residence with trustworthy use of concrete as a development materials. Thermal properties of concrete is due to this fact included into the passive heating and cooling methods. Concrete is utilized in its rawest kind to contribute to the aesthetics and sustainability of the home.

The polished concrete flooring types a continuity all through the home and generates a seamless transition between inside and out of doors areas. A particular designed mixture of Lafarge Artevia with white limestone as mixture was used all through development.

The completed polished product revealed a vibrant gentle colored flooring which assists in reflecting pure daylight into the open plan areas. Because of the right selection of window dimension, location, overhangs and screens, warmth penetration into the home is prevented in summer season while throughout winter months warmth enters the home and is absorbed by the concrete flooring. The saved warmth helps to keep the home heat throughout chilly winter nights.

Concrete off-shutter partitions have been solid on the western facade utilizing regular development shutter boards in an revolutionary technique to create horizontal traces. To craft the horizontal traces, the partitions have been solid in 4 pours. With every pour the shutter boards have been moved to overlap the earlier solid and vibrated totally to insure a flawless end with seamless joint traces.

The selection of strong concrete partitions on the western facades have been motivated by the contribution the thermal mass of concrete has in the direction of the holistic passive design of the home.       

The result’s a singular resolution which satisfies the necessities set by the shopper, supplies and website.