Main intention of the architect during the designing stage of Villa Forest was to point the beauty of nature through the transparency. Nestled on the edge of wooded land, its concrete structure shape and materials used reflect the surrounding flora. Opening onto a clearing where it receives sunlight from the south, the house’s orientation is ideal, allowing it to benefit from natural light all day long.
Every window is singular and creates a unique spatial experience. On the ground floor, opaque blocks structure the volumes, generating, by contrast, transparencies, living spaces, and sweeping views towards the garden. The line of sight between ground and sky has been engineered to explore all the potentials of verticality.
The choice to have a two independent structures of one house, in the middle of Guba district of Azerbaijan, initiated from the many love novels belonging to “Quba Xanlığı” (XVII century). Both of the structures are made of same material on the exterior and on the interior, but the choice of differently colored furniture creates a extraposition between them. In other words, they are the same loving people, but in the bottom of their hearts they have the difference which rejects each other.
The Villa Forest, or Villa for two consist of two buildings, one is for the living room and the another one for the rest space. So, they are separated, which shows the private space where just the inhabitants will be, and the public one which is for the guests to have a spare time enjoying the nature of the soil.