Designed by RUFproject a custom screen made out of Sapele wood slats shields the top level of the house from excessive sunlight and also provides necessary privacy. A beautiful entry combines different elements as the small reflecting ponds stone steps wooden door and bamboo garden well and truly bring home the Oriental vibe.
When it comes to design each cabin seems to reflect a careful composition that contains hints of midcentury Scandinavian and modern styles. Large open living spaces walls of glass and surfaces draped in wood strike that perfect balance between coziness and cheerful modern charm. Large decks and relaxing pool areas complete these picture-perfect New York getaways that allow you to reconnect back with nature!
Built in just 8 months heavy stucco walls along with smart design ensure that the insulation here is absolutely top-notch. A wall of glass on one side and addition windows on the other with a dark frame usher in plenty of natural light and also connect the open living area visually with the garden outside. White is the color of choice at this Hamptons home with a comfy couch in gray wooden dining table and kitchenware adding contrast.
The mezzanine level also features a teen retreat as personal spaces are cleverly delineated from social zones even while natural light flows through unhindered. With a modern industrial vibe and adaptive design that is also planet-friendly this suburban home is indeed a visual treat!
Built with a budget of the elegant addition and alteration focuses on crafting an open inviting and social home where greater interaction between family members and outdoor living become the priority. A scintillating combination of structural and aesthetic elements ensures that in Chile well and truly stands out from the pack.
On the inside it is a series of open and close spaces stylish living areas where wooden warmth is combined with polished finishes and elegant contemporary décor that set the mood. The existing Queenslander was moved towards the neighboring two-story home while a single townhouse was added next to the series of three continuous dwellings to fit the entire development within the constraints of the limited site.
The transformation started with the revamping of the lower level to house an open plan living with a neutral color palette. With the clients wanting a relaxing beachside vibe inside the home white pops of blue and subtle coastal style accessories were carefully chosen to achieve the desired look.