The new wooden houses for the terrace have arrived — idealista/news

2022-06-15 21:02:28 By : Mr. Vic Wang

If you lack extra storage at home, like a storage room, opt for a wooden house on the terrace.It can have different uses depending on your needs: you can store the furniture and textiles of the terrace, also the children's toys or the household pet's utensils.Leroy Merlin has several designs in different sizes for each terrace.They are suitable for exteriors and require minimal maintenance from time to time: a coat of sandpaper and the application of a varnish.Of course, to avoid accidents, it is best to make sure that they are well anchored in the ground.More and more people are looking to reconnect with nature.For this, homes far from large urban spaces are a great alternative.Something that today, with the difficulties arising from the coronavirus pandemic and the rise of teleworking, is more present than ever.This is precisely what the Canadian architecture studio Natalie Dionne Architecture has pursued with one of its latest works, Maison Forêt 1. “Totally in harmony with nature, this house captures the very essence of the place and invites the landscape to interfere in each interior room”, they point out on their website.Modular homes have options for all tastes and pockets.They are efficient and quick to build.Its demand is booming, but some companies have already come a long way.One of them is Pineca.Of Lithuanian origin, it is a family business that has been in the prefabricated wooden house sector for almost thirty years.idealista/news had the opportunity to talk with Victoria Seijas, team manager in Spain.How many years have you been in the sector?If there is something positive that can be taken from the pandemic and confinement, it is the number of ingenious projects that have seen the light.One of them is Voxel, the wooden quarantine cabin designed by a team of students and researchers from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia.The project was developed as part of the Master's program in Advanced Ecological Buildings and Biocities (MAEBB) of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), which promotes a practical approach to ecological architectural design.With the heat comes the desire to take a nap after eating and one of the favorite options in Spain is to do it on the sofa.But not just anyone: the experts at Conforama and Ikea recommend those that have a high back to have good lumbar support, with a deep seat that can slide to gain comfort.As for the materials, it is advisable to opt for breathable and soft-touch fabrics, such as linen or cotton.It is practical, attractive and increasingly popular for its wide range of colors and its ability to integrate into any style and decoration.Wood effect porcelain stoneware is one of the most fashionable wall coverings in recent years.But how do you know how to choose from such a variety?Here is a guide full of interesting tips.Although there are wood-effect porcelain floor tiles on the market in new and exclusive colours, due to their versatility, the best-selling and most popular ones continue to be grey, oak, honey and light wood.Given the proliferation of removable swimming pools on housing terraces in recent seasons, the Association of Property Administrators in Madrid warns of the risk that their installation entails for the rest of the residents, since the building is not designed so that the slab supports the weight of this type of pools.For this reason, it is recommended to first have a study signed by a competent technician and to have civil liability insurance that covers possible accidents and damages.Farm managers put a practical example in this article.Summer is just around the corner and the rise in temperatures is already beginning to be felt.As the days go by, the walls of the buildings heat up and the atmosphere at home can become suffocating.In addition to air conditioning, there are some things you can do to keep your home cooler without spending as much money on your electricity bill.