If you thought it was just the interior of homes that could be altered with a new splash of colour you’d be wrong as this countryside bungalow’s exterior can amazingly change its shade.
The stunning minimalist family home fuses modern Scandinavian and Japanese design to create a space that blends effortlessly with its countryside surroundings, but the best bit is the exterior will change colour from a deep timber-brown into a luscious silver patina without a paint bucket in sight.
Conceived and built by Prague, Czech Republic, based architects ATELIER KUNG, with the help of Alzbeta Vrabcova, the 4,090 square-foot four-bedroom bungalow family home is the perfect escape for those looking to always been close to nature.
From its abundance of glazing, minimalist home decoration, and organic fittings made from locally sourced oak, you are never far from the great outdoors in this home.
This colour changing home features impressive vaulted ceilings to add a bright and airy feeling, an open plan living room and kitchen area to make the most of the two spaces, and floor to ceiling windows that showcase the surrounding natural beauty it all of its glory.
The colour changing aspect is created by the timber-clad facade which, over time, will transform into a glistening silver hue naturally.
To view the colour changing home in its entirty, or for more information, visit ATELIER KUNG architects.