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Dew House, United States by Veliz Arquitecto Architect
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Dew House, United States by Veliz Arquitecto Architect  

Imagine relaxing in a peaceful house in the woods, away from the hustle and bustle of the city! In the company of nature, you are free to do whatever you want, even. Forest homes are a terrific way to be closer to nature. One such project is the new Dew house in the United States. 

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The Dew house is strategically designed and planned by Veliz Arquitecto, whereas the residential design is led by the principal architect Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana. 

The house is situated on an isolated plot of 543 m² in the lush green forests of the United States. The project was conceptualized in such a way that it needs permission to enter. Also, it was thought to be a drop of dew surrounded by wood, water, and rocks, while barely touching the ground to reduce its environmental effect. The two-story residence is meticulously blended into the topography, creating an abstract artwork rather than just a building.

Architects have given Dew house a modern makeover, by using raw materials and the best construction techniques, furthermore, the water mirrors and the swimming pool takes advantage of the natural surroundings. The shape blends effortlessly with the theme and looks like it’s swimming in its rich setting.

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The isolated structure and clean design answer to the site’s features as well as the forest’s tight environmental constraints. 

The interior of the dew house has unique features that lend a unique personality of their own. In total the house consists of two bedrooms with bathrooms, a hall, a kitchen, and a living room. The exterior is made up of a minimal palette of long-lasting, sustainable materials.

The glass used for windows, roofs, and openings runs throughout the structure, creating warm interior spaces. Forming a unified frame from which to enjoy the breathtaking views of the forest and water, or to snuggle into the freshness. 

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The concept of the Dew house has paid attention to historic customs, minimalism and Zen, and living in peace with nature. These all micro-concepts are inspired by Japanese culture. Japanese architecture sticks to tradition by incorporating as much greenery as possible into its design concepts. Hence, the house portrays the same with many openings for natural light. 

Craftsmanship is also valued in Japanese architecture and interior design. Their stunning furniture designs are handcrafted using natural materials in a dedicated design studio.

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The composition and the volume of the structure help form a uniformity. The roof further extends to shade theoutdoor patios.

The transition from the green outdoors to the inside space is seamless thanks to the huge glass doors. Continuing through the structure becomes a three-dimensional experience, with hidden and surprising interior elements leading to stunning vistas of the Dew house. By framing and softening the architecture, the greenery completes and complements it.

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The house is a two-story structure built to assist it to fit in with its surroundings and has a sloping roof to help it blend in.

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The façade and simple silhouette serve as additional cover, while the big windows provide residents with picture-perfect views of the immediate greenery. 

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On the sustainable side of the project, because of a combination of resource waste, high carbon emissions, and inadequate waste management, constructing new houses has a major environmental impact. Recycled building materials are a simple approach to making construction projects more environmentally friendly.

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United States by Veliz Arquitecto

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United States by Veliz Arquitecto

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United States by Veliz Arquitecto

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United States by Veliz Arquitecto

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This approach will not only minimize energy consumption, waste, and pollution but also saves a lot of money during the construction process. This approach is adopted by Veliz Arquitecto, where the house is entirely built by reuse of building materials and structural components from an abandoned factory that is quite close to the Dew house location.

Veliz Arquitecto built this project, thinking about the distinctive design outcome. Veliz Arquiteco is known to conceptualize peculiar design, that becomes the perfect mid in standing out and yet blending with the site. The dew house will undoubtedly provide you with a unique habitat experience. Rather than staring at the stars, you can relax in the home’s modern minimalist decor. And its one-of-a-kind exterior is sure to impress! 

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