Twin sisters house is a project in Latvia. The project client were twin sisters and it was to design a building featuring two units, one unit downstairs, and one upstairs. The architect is Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio. Twins are formed, born and raised together. Each is a separate person, but they are similar to the extent that it is not easy to distinguish one from the other. Their personality is separate and together has a sense of completeness and calm.
The design of twin sister house comprises of two floors. It is one floor on another, while each is a separate unit. These two units are next to each other resembling two twin sisters standing close to each other. The two units must be adjacent as neighbors and their exterior is also designed to appear similar. The space in the middle of these buildings is by a tree in the center and by the middle courtyard combining nature and architecture.
Each building has a curved shape and is formed with the idea of sister’s hair in the wind and the slope is due to the project climate site. Each building interior space is similar and the public space is in the ground floor, while the private space is on the upper floor. The staircase link two floors and the visual view is maintained with the nature outside. It is a combination designed within the house with nature.
Two sisters house is designed as twin sister house. It is designed by NRJA studio, based in Riga. Located perfectly in Langstini, the first floor area spreads on 3600 square feet and will be shared commonly by two families. The second floor is separately used by families, ensuring privacy and public time.
Exteriors and Interiors
The house exteriors are in concrete and are painted in red. It makes the house more interesting. The views feature on the upper level featuring large windows. The views for homes are taken care of. The exteriors are in concrete and wood; it is interesting and extremely likeable.
The interiors present a subtle theme. The staircase leads to designed upper level in glossy wood. The flooring is done perfectly in concrete. The decks are in both and are designed in open and in the wild, assuring unrestricted views.
Lighting and furniture is kept to minimal. There is lot of contemporary furniture keeping in with the interior colors. There is mounted ceiling light used for a majestic and large feel featuring free, large standing lights. The twin sister house looks gorgeous and stunning in the wild, as a perfect escapade.