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Fishing Lodge By Simon Gill Architects

London-based mostly architectural company Simon Gill Architects has developed the Fishing Lodge.

Completed in 2012, this 3,122 square foot modern property in Batak, Bulgaria, was constructed partially into the hillside in purchase to minimize the impact on the landscape and the environment.

Fishing Lodge by Simon Gill Architects:

“The quick was for a 4 bedroom holiday property in the mountains of Bulgaria, overlooking a massive lake, to be utilised as a base from which to launch fishing journeys. The building’s type is produced by the particularities of the site and the excessive temperature selection.

The bedrooms and bathrooms are constructed into the hill in purchase to maintain a consistent temperature, while the residing places are in a highly insulated volume, gently curved and clad in dark timber in purchase to blend into the surrounding trees. The home as a result minimizes its influence on the natural setting and the surroundings usually, via its use of solar panels for sizzling water and a wood burning stove to power the central heating.”

Photos courtesy of Simon Gill Architects

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