A modern lounge that links two traditional heritage structures that are part of a beautiful home is hardly the place where one would expect to see something as Audacious as the. Designed by Damian Rogers Architecture the sculptural silhouette of this dashing lounge stands out instantly even as the street façade of the house is left largely undisturbed. The glazed roof with metallic edge brings the greenery around the spacious lounge and the outdoor deck inside even while keeping out the hot sun.
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.
Lighting plays a major role in elevating the cheerful appeal of the home as one never finds a dull corner here. From the entry to the relaxing bedroom the color palette remains the same and yet each room has its own individual flavor thanks to the discerning décor choices.
Step inside and the picture changes dramatically with marble finishes and custom millwork creating an air of opulence interlaced with tranquility. An open plan living on the lower level is connected with the spacious kitchen dining area and a sitting room / sunroom that flows into the courtyard outside.
It is for such clientele that the were designed by of Lang Architecture. Comprising of 26 exquisite and exceptional cabins that combine modernity with the charm of a classic cabin in the woods the development is spread across 131 forested acres in the Catskill Mountains.
Linking the living area kitchen and dining along with additional bedrooms on one side with the master suite deck and reading room on the other the glassy lounge provides the perfect transition zone between public and private spaces. Allowing the homeowners to enjoy the outdoors even on a hot summer day filtered sunlight and ever-changing shadows alter the visual appeal of the extension throughout the day.
Creating a dynamic and cheerful new interior that completely altered the vibe of this 1960’s single level beachside residence in Sydney the creative folk at Look Interior Design managed to balance privacy with unabated ocean views.