NOTHING LIKE A LITTLE BIT OF ORGANIZED CHAOS TO GET THOSE CREATIVE JUICES A-FLOWING
Most people are used to the sort of organized lifestyle where everything is in order; a world where everything follows a clear pattern, so to speak. The Tunbridge Winter Cabin in the Green Mountains, Vermont breaks that mold with its asymmetrical elegance.
The design team New Affiliates created this home to show emphasis on the beauty of asymmetry and its benefits. This home consists of a painting studio and the main living quarters. Every bit of the house’s design is meant to defy the conventional order of things, such as the use of diagonal angles and offset arrangements. Believe it or not, removing the sense of conventional order from your space does add this feeling of freedom. It frees one’s mind to think creatively rather than think linearly. You could say the design team may have used a more psychological approach to their design, rather than just for show.
The plan consists of two identical squares meeting at a corner, with the triangular space at the hinge serving as the entryway. The double-height studio space comprises one square and is set off-angle from the living area, which is divided into a single-height first-floor space and kitchen, and a second-floor master bedroom with high pitched ceilings that opens onto an outdoor deck.
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