It is the ground floor that houses the open living area and the top level that contains the master suite along with other bedrooms and bathrooms. It is undoubtedly the exterior that steals the show at this flamboyant home with moving wooden panels on the top level and vertical brise soleil covering the ground floor giving the street façade a sense of uniqueness and inviting aura.
Utilizing the uniqueness and exquisite charm of Margraf marbles architect does a stunning job of crafting a home that is both understated and dashing at the same time. From the façade clad ever so carefully in diagonally-cut to a bathroom backdrop covered in Onice Verde this is a home that exudes marble magic!
With a large open living area comfortable bedrooms and minimal décor that rely on the textural beauty of wood this impressive Canadian getaway is as inviting as it is dramatic! Draped ever so elegantly in a wood made of Cumaru a Brazilian tree species the in the State of Santa Catarina Brazil cleverly brings together privacy solar shading and lovely views.
The four bedroom and two bathroom family home was once a large warehouse and in its latest avatar it combines its past heritage with contemporary comfort cheerful living space and a serene leafy terrace. The result is truly spectacular as one gets to enjoy the best of Melbourne even while escaping the stereotypical city life.
Construction materials like the high recycled content composite siding and white stucco ensure that the searing heat of Orangevale does not cause quick damage to the exterior despite the openness of the design. A home that is smart sensible and responsive to the local climate!
If you love marble and natural stone then you will instantly fall in love with in Italy. The gorgeous contemporary home in Sicily uses a wide variety of marbles in different finishes to give its interior and exterior a refined yet luxurious ambiance.
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.