Positioned in Carpinteria, California, a small nook of a yard has been reworked into a novel ADU (Accent Dwelling Unit) by Obreval and Catch Architecture. ADU Carpinteria is not only one other dwelling, it’s an modern fashionable home designed for sustainable, compact residing. And whereas most ADU items are containers, this one carries on California’s custom of redefining the boundaries between indoor and outside areas with a curved wall of home windows that types a round patio in entrance. The window characteristic helps flood the inside with pure gentle, whereas creating an open and ethereal area that defies the constraints of its 550-square-foot measurement.
Inside, one is greeted by the heat of uncovered wooden beams. This marriage of rustic attraction and fashionable aesthetics creates a comfy surroundings that encourages you to calm down and unwind. The ADU’s uncovered beams not solely add character but additionally join you to the pure world outdoors, blurring the traces between the construction and the encircling surroundings.
Crafted with sustainability in thoughts, this ADU boasts energy-efficient options, eco-friendly supplies, and a design selling pure air flow to make it as environmentally acutely aware as it’s lovely.
The pièce de résistance is the centrally situated fireplace pit throughout the round patio. Because the solar units, this gathering level transforms into a spot to socialize, unwind, and join. When the hearth is burning, it casts a heat glow all through the complete area.
Pictures by Pablo Zarama.