Hovering between land and water, between air and sea, Yakusha Design studio and its founder Victoria Yakusha thought of designing Air, the perfect refuge for an ocean lover, perhaps a surfer, who can enjoy a 270° view of the panorama and the horizon while remaining completely isolated from the outside.
Air is completely developed around a vertical concrete pillar that provides the necessary support for the base of the structure, also made of concrete and which also occupies a small part of the cabin, hiding electrical circuits and pipes inside.
Air measures only 48 square meters and is furnished only with the bare essentials, so we find a sofa, a bed, a bathroom, a stove and a counter. Everything else is superfluous. This choice of furniture, combined with soft colors ranging from white to sand, from beige to cream, optically makes the space more spacious.
The landscape does the rest.
Obviously, the architects of Yakusha Design have also thought about the problem of privacy and have solved it by opting for curtains the size of the windows, but also for special glasses with transparency adjustment, which allow you to look outside without, however, not being seen from the outside.
Air is definitely the right place if you are looking for a bit of peace.