Villa Snagov by DOOI Studio

The napage and interior lighting wear the signature of the master glassmakers from the Murano Island and of the renowned Catellean Smith. The starting point was the Intention to offer that feeling of drifting, of opening up to the lake while also embracing the forest. The fabrics of the interior decorations were chosen with great care, consulting the owner, who invested intelligently and generously in this project: noble Romano Bianco travertine slabs for the ground, Italian parquet, walls clad in finned rosewood and textured plaster. The ground floor contains and favors the reception area, the living room and its “overhanging” terrace, facing an exceptional view of the lake, challenging the structural engineers in order to achieve an 11 m opening of glazing without any pillars or intermediate support. From the architect
The property is placed on the shores of Lake Snagov, caught on a narrow strip of land between the forest and the lake: an exceptional, yet discreet positioning. Architect: Daniel Ciocazanu / DOOI Studio
Architect in charge: Adrian Timaru
Photography by Cosmin Dragomir

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Comments are closed. The kitchen is clad in the solemn Macassar wood. Given extremely precise specifications and requirements from the owner, the architects approached the project with inspiration and simplicity.

Updated: 04.11.2014 — 13:09