Located on top of a hill, between the jungle andrubber plantation, this wooden house on stilts was built so that to take full advantage of the unique territory. A wooden house on stilts, built in 2009 by the architect Narein Perera (Narein Perera) in the resort area of Kalutara, Sri Lanka, echoes with the traditional architecture for this area. The owner who ordered the house project had severalbasic requirements. The bungalow was intended for renting vacationers from the bustle of city life, which means that the design of the building should only enhance the relaxing atmosphere of the surrounding nature. And secondly, the owner really wanted to be able to survey from the top floor of the house all the territory that is in his property, and this is neither more nor less than 72 hectares! During the construction of bungalows were usedsteel, wood and bamboo. Natural materials are designed to emphasize the connection of the house with nature around and visually soften the presence of metal piles. On three levels there are three small bedrooms with bathrooms, as well as a common open living room for all guests. A servant's house with the kitchen is located lower down the hill, under the tree branches of trees, it's completely invisible to the inhabitants of the bungalow. For the architect it was important to create a wooden houseon stilts, which seems to soar above the treetops and only slightly touch the ground. Thanks to steel supports and beams, the desired result was successfully achieved. And although the inhabitants of megacities, as a rule, there is nosuch a magnificent view of the vast wild forests and mountains, yet everyone can create their own little jungle on the balcony. And for this it is very convenient to make balconies with removal, due to which you can increase the useful area. You can order a portable balcony in Kiev at http://vikna-rehau.com.ua/balkony-s-vynosom/, from professional contractors.