Dagmar Stepanova, the architect of Formafatal studio, has completed a unique house in Costa Rica. The house blends well with the jungle. It has lush green roof and dark exterior made of burnt teak planks. The unique thing about this building is it has no window!
The other side of the 85 foot (26m) long house is filled with perforated metal screens that open to open up any room. Each bulkhead then becomes a canopy to provide shade on a sunny day.
The metal screens have a slight pattern in the perforations. And when it’s closed, it create a shaded area with seating.
There is also an infinity pool which is partially covered to protect it from the sun.
Natural materials and earth tones such as wood dining table and suspended wooden ceiling have been used as the interior. As for the kitchen, it have a hidden lighting to highlight the shelving and backsplash.
At one end of the house is the master bedroom covered in glass.
At the end of the house, there two bedrooms with glass walls. As to keep the privacy, the architect use a colorful artistic screens.
For those two bedrooms, There’s also a shared bathroom, with a dual vanity, a walk-in shower, and freestanding bathtub.