GITC arquitectura turned to a concrete plinth to give the home a structurally sound base with Chilean wood glass and concrete shaping the interior. It is the first level of the house that contains the double height living area along with other public spaces while the second level holds the expansive bedrooms along with the bathrooms. Confined to the basement are the music room recreational zones home theater and other fun spaces. A beautiful stairwell connects the various levels even while allowing for unhindered flow of light.
With a dramatic and beautiful exterior that takes you back in time with its barn-style appeal the gorgeous structure charms you instantly. A lush green natural landscape patio and pool provide the perfect backdrop even as the interior presents a clean modern setting.
Despite its seemingly daring form the innovative extension feels perfectly at home in the more traditional backdrop with aging metallic finishes and unassuming décor completing the open interior. A neutral backdrop in pristine white pastel hues that usher in an air of femininity and bright warm metallics which dazzle at every turn – is a residence that definitely moves away from the stereotypical townhouse!
With a simple minimal style the interior of this Italian home cuts back on both color and excesses. White is the go-to hue here with furniture in darker colors bringing contrast and anchoring the open living space. A fireplace made of enhances this idea of dark and lighter tones coming together even as an ultra-modern kitchen filled with natural light and the bathroom benefit from the presence of. Beyond the use of both natural and composite marble finishes it is the cheerful classy and sophisticated vibe of this Italian home that stands out visually.
There is something undeniably charming and magnetic about a rugged coastline a precarious cliff overlooking the ocean and the vast blue beyond. It is precisely in one such mesmerizing setting that sits in. Designed to make the most of the captivating ocean views on offer even while braving the rough weather and prying eyes this beautiful getaway was built by Omar Gandhi Architect for a married couple from Toronto.