Pops of red and lovely lighting give the large living space a bright and open appearance while the kitchen and dining space doubles as a wonderful gathering area for the entire family. Bringing an aesthetic value and construction style from an era lost in time this Spanish home effortlessly bridges the past and the present!
The private top floor holds two bedrooms and bathrooms that provide spectacular views of the Pyrenees and the countryside. An unassuming wooden staircase with glass railing divides the home into two identical halves and ushers in a sense of symmetry and curated elegance.
Energy efficiency has become an essential component of home design in the last decade with eco-conscious owners opting for smarter greener homes. There is definitely a good reason why you should also embrace the trend irrespective of whether you wish to get behind the ‘green cause’.
There are times when you can clearly define a home its distinct style and what makes it so special. Then there are occasions when you feel that a house just has the ‘it’ factor that simply ropes you in. The fabulous in is one such mesmerizing home designed by Lera Katasonova that captivates you with its relaxing lustrous charm and a soft subtle feminine vibe.
The orientation of the house brings in plenty of natural light even while keeping it cool during the hot summer months while the al fresco dining and poolside hangout extend the living area outdoors with ease. It is the lower level of the house that holds the living area kitchen dining space gallery-style entry and a rejuvenating sauna with the top level housing the bedroom and other private spaces.
Much of this is achieved using a beautiful blend of stone and glass on the outside that marries two contrasting elements in a pleasing fashion. Designed by Vanguard Studio this Spanish Oaks home is as much about the outdoors as it is about the interior!
A variety of constraints played a key role in creating the distinctive and creative on Hoang Van Thai Street Hanoi . With no more than just available for the construction of a modern and space-savvy home for a newly married couple Global Architects & Associates turned towards a gorgeous atrium to open up the modest interior and give the residence an interesting dynamic. Built on a tight budget and in a short duration of time the basic steel structure of the house allowed for the considerable reduction of construction costs.