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Modern architecture rock, is the old town of Finland, Baltic-Rim House by Kanika’s tt-ArtStudioMilano&Antwerp Architects impresses with its sharp corners and wooden detail. Nestled in the wooded greenery of Naantali, in Finland, the stunning, Baltic-Rim House was created by Kanika’s tt-ArtStudioMilano&Antwerp Architects as a calming ocean escape that’s nothing short of intriguing.
The house is uniquely H-shaped, wrapping its exterior walls around two lovely courtyards. This creates the effect that all windows and doors face outwards, looking towards ancient ocean rocks and bright green moss. The house maintains a parapet height, varying very little in its verticality despite all of its angles and turns.
A concrete element that seems to undulate actually serves to anchor the home to the rocks, which sit not far from the edge of the Baltic sea, rather than just to please visually.

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In the Old town of Wooden theme Baltic-Rim House

Inside, the wooden theme continues, rendering the house what designers referred to as “a comprehensive tribute to wood”. Besides the slats on the facade and making up the screen, wooden columns can be seen holding up the “dining roof” like a platform in the air, defining the far end of the outdoor courtyard areas.
This also provides additional parking underneath in what feels like an inviting outdoor all-purpose “room”. Inside and outside, facades, furnishings, and finishes are all created from wood supplied by innovative-company Shou-sugi.
This wood is hand-charred according to ancient Japanese techniques, ensuring that it will never rot. It doesn’t even need any maintenance! These features make it the perfect choice for a damp and wooded Baltic region seaside location.

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The Old town Baltic-Rim house’s H-shape encompass the Courtyard

Despite the heavy emphasis on wood, there are some varying finishes elsewhere. The master bathroom, for example, was purposely finished in Japanese black tile in order to create a balance of light.
No matter how grey the seaside skies, the outside will always appear brighter than the dark, black finished of that bathroom, letting dwellers start their day on a lighter note. This subtle light manipulating theme extends into areas where stark white walls contrast with wooden furnishings as well.
Here, light from the massive windows is tended to bounce and brighten the whole place. This, in partnership with the way the arms of the house’s H-shape encompass the courtyard in a way that keeps out morning fog, keeps the whole atmosphere feeling cozy and secure, rather than isolated or gloomy.

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  Head-turning historical portraits, by Ewa Juszkiewicz subverts the traditional notion of female portrait sitters as passive, simple subjects in her subtly unusual oil paintings. The artist constructs

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