一座由木头和粘土制成的小房子，有沃罗内特蓝色的墙壁和瓦屋顶，在绿色的草地上，一簇簇草在阳光下生长，旁边是樱桃园和榛子树枝编织而成的栅栏；一棵可以悬挂秋千的厚冠树 - 田园诗般的形象，教科书对时尚舒适的农舍的定义，但基于当代人体工程学和美学而建造。它的蓝色墙壁吸引了人们的注意，并让他们牢牢抓住，引导他们关注细节，并专注于它们的制作工艺，例如雕刻的木腰带，它在门廊周围提供了房子的轮子，并通过细柱子紧贴在木瓦上。在它下面，冬天的木头可以躲避雨水而不是眼睛。外面，屋顶的玻璃眼睛隐藏在沉重的眼睑下。下面是阁楼，这是一个以设计师眼光的吝啬安排的空间，从光影、体积和纹理中获得舒适和氛围。几件家具经过精心挑选，完成了这种类型的房屋，其中的物品具有象征意义，而不是物质。内饰表达了一个旅行灵魂的折衷主义，只保留最好的空间和时代——贵族舒适的扶手椅、极简主义的桌子、保护他在玻璃门后面的宝藏书籍的橱柜、墙上的玻璃碗和花瓶里的罗勒。材料是天然的 - 木材、石头、粘土、皮革、金属 - 并与该地区和乡村特色保持联系，但现代舒适，虽然谨慎，但无处不在并且符合最高标准（厨房允许烹饪表演和浴室舒适别致）。通过这种方式，农舍昂首挺立，随时准备赢得与乡村风格的其他房屋的任何竞争，这些房屋仍然以传统为基础，拒绝当代及其对房屋的要求。这座骄傲而美丽的农舍就像一个时尚的 Maramures 女人一样年轻，于 2017 年在一个本能地按照慢食原则生活的村庄投入使用 - 一种安静的生活方式，与自然和传统和谐相处。它是为四位居民设计的，有两间卧室、两间浴室、一间厨房和一间客厅，面积为 140 平方米。在阳光明媚的日子里，苏拉已成为客厅，是用餐、阅读或故事的最佳场所，果园中的树木——苹果、李子、樱桃——已准备好为那些渴望和平与安宁的人们提供遮荫和树木。福利。超过 10000 平方米的土地是 Natura 2000 保护区的一部分，为未来的发展提供了与景观相协调的隐私和空间。例如，在这里，割草是手工完成的，以保护野生唐菖蒲、食肉植物和吸引稀有多样性的蝴蝶和昆虫的棉花芽的丰富植物群。该地区的野生动物也令人印象深刻——棕熊、狼、猞猁、野猫、水獭、鹿、鹰和谷仓猫头鹰等稀有鸟类。 Botiza 的生活受野外活动的约束；农历与宗教历合二为一，如果从周一到周六，村民们崇拜地球，周日他们穿上白衬衫和喇叭裙，都走教堂的路； Botiza 位于喀尔巴阡山脉中部，距离拜亚马尔机场 91 公里，可能是地道马拉穆尔的最后堡垒。此外，该物业的入口与任何其他古老的 Maramures 一样 - 一扇雕刻的大门，由来自 Săpânța 村的着名工匠 Stan Ioan Pătraş 创作的非凡艺术品。
A small house made of wood and clay, with Voronet blue walls and a shingle roof, on a green meadow where tufts of grass grow in the sun, bordered by a cherry orchard and a fence of woven hazelnut twigs; a thick-crowned tree from which to hang a swing - an idyllic image, the textbook definition of the chic and comfortable peasant house but built based on contemporary ergonomics and aesthetics. Its blue walls catch the eye and keep them captive, guiding them to details and focusing on the meticulousness with which they were made, such as the carved wooden girdle that gives the house wheel around the porch and clings to the shingles through thin pillars. Beneath it, the wood for the winter hides from the rain and not from the eyes. Outside, the roof has glass eyes hidden under heavy eyelids. Below is the attic, a space arranged with the stinginess of the designer eye that obtains comfort and atmosphere from lights and shadows, volumes, and textures. The few pieces of furniture are carefully chosen and complete this type of housing in which the objects have symbolic weight, not material. The interiors are the expression of the eclecticism of a traveling soul that keeps only the best of spaces and eras - the comfortable armchair of an aristocrat, the minimalist table, the cupboard that protects his treasure books behind glass doors, glazed bowls on the walls and flowered basil in the vase. The materials are natural - wood, stone, clay, leather, metal - and keep in touch with the area and the rural specifics, but modern comfort, although discreet, is ubiquitous and at the highest standards (the kitchen allows culinary performance and the bathrooms are comfortable and chic). In this way, the peasant house stands with its head held high, ready to win any competition with other houses in which the rustic remains anchored in tradition, rejecting the contemporary and the demands of the housing imposed by it. This proud and beautiful peasant house like a chic Maramures woman is young, being put into use in 2017 in a village that lives instinctively according to the principles of Slow Food - a quiet life style, in harmony with nature and traditions. It is designed for four inhabitants, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living room in a comfortable area of 140 square meters. On sunny days, the sura has become the living room and is the favorite place for dining, reading, or stories, and the trees in the orchard - apples, plums, cherries - are ready to provide shade and trees for those thirsty for peace and well-being. The land of over 10000 sqm, part of the Natura 2000 protected area, provides privacy and space for future developments in harmony with the landscape. Here, for example, mowing is done by hand to preserve the rich flora with wild gladioli, carnivorous plants, and cotton buds that attract butterflies and insects of a rare diversity. The wildlife in the area is also impressive - brown bears, wolves, lynx, wild cats, otters, deer, eagles, and rare birds such as barn owls. Life in Botiza is regulated by field activities; the agrarian-pastoral calendar merges with the religious one and, if from Monday to Saturday the villagers worship the earth, on Sunday they put on white shirts and flared skirts and all take the path of the church; Botiza, in the middle of the Carpathians and 91 km from the airport in Baia Mare, is perhaps the last bastion of the authentic Maramures. In addition, the entrance to the property is like any other old Maramures one - a carved gate, an extraordinary work of art created by the famous craftsman Stan Ioan Pătraș from Săpânța Village.
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