Perhaps, The silhouette of the pyramid cut against the blue background of the sky is one of the most viewed images around the world, And we are not talking only about the pyramids of Egypt, because this form of construction has already overtaken that region of North Africa, even in the most remote times. Not surprisingly, we can find them in many regions of Asia and America. In addition, even in Europe, such as the Cestia pyramid in Rome or the iconic, even more modern – it was inaugurated in 1988 -, a pyramidal construction that is located in the center of the Paris Louvre Museum.
With this background, it should come as no surprise that these constructions have served as a source of inspiration for artists of all disciplines. Of course, in the architecture field, as shown by Many projects that involve pyramids in one form or another, And as an example of this, we have Leela Lane, a beautiful home designed by New York studio Oza Sabbeth Architects and built by Modern Green Homes, which consists of different volumes connected to each other.
“The client, a young couple who wishes to design A retreat that might one day house friends and be ready for a familythey had one desire: to positively connect their time here with the outside environment”, he explains of the study. A challenge, he admits, was not going to be easy to overcome. “Surrounded by neighbors, it It was not easy to achieve.”
Although, judging by the images, they succeeded. “It launched us on the path of shaping, which helped us do more with the spaces in between.” because of that, The house has a number of sections laid out around a series of outdoor spacesincluding a central courtyard covered by a pergola and an adjoining pool.
From the outside, the cedar shingles stand out and, of course, one of its most characteristic elements: Asymmetrical pyramid shaped roofs that give it its characteristic shape, The project is located in a leafy suburban-style space in East Hampton, Long Island. It was designed for a childless couple who wanted a home with a strong indoor-outdoor connection and plenty of space for entertaining.
Inside the house, with its 279 m2, the design is thought to be clear and fluid. A central volume contains the open concept kitchen, dining room and living room. Adjacent to that area is the master bedroom suite. A glazed corridor connects to a private wing, where there are three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. The third section houses a garage. Earthy finishes, high ceilings, and expansive glass help create a sense of calm,
Some areas were designed with flexibility in mind. For example, a kitchen created in collaboration with Henrybuilt, It’s designed to suit a variety of uses, from hosting cocktail parties to preparing an intimate dinner for two., The outdoor spaces act as a unifying agent. The grounds were designed with local studio Geoffrey Nimmer Landscapes.