Yet there is a wonderful twist in the tale as the architects added an oak-lined curvy structure that steals the show and gives the residence a touch of playful charm. It’s no wonder then that it is dubbed the
Surrounded by a lush green forest canopy on the coast of that also offers ample privacy and blurring the line between the interior and the landscape outside the residence wows you with its remarkable design. The street façade of the home is modest and does not fully reveal the grand structure spread across three different levels.
Even in Scotland the stone cottage has gone modern proving that this style can endure the ages. (This structure from Croft 103 is sustainable too.) Two neighboring derelict cottages on the Irish coast were rebuilt and then combined using a modern addition of a glass vestibule. The result is an incredibly modern dwelling by Peter Legge Associates.
Intentionally designed by Auxau Atelier d’Architecture to keep both initial costs and maintenance to a minimum the nifty new addition adds a small breakfast zone and a sleek contemporary kitchen to the existing traditional home.
Designed by Casamanara to meet the needs of a modern family the loft is spread across and with large windows that bring in plenty of natural light and a neutral backdrop it exudes a chic refreshing ambiance.
The villa seems to blend intricate and unique details with an elegant modern style to offer a retreat that perfectly brings together form and functionality. Spread across several levels a large double-height entrance welcomes you here and leads toward the smart living area that seems to be inspired by coral reefs and the deep blue sea.
While there is no dearth of natural light inside this luxurious home the truly comes alive after sunset as dazzling artificial lighting takes over to highlight specific architectural features in style. The lower level of the house contains the public zones while the top floor contains the bedrooms and the bathrooms.