A stroll through a lovely natural canopy a relaxing evening on a private shell beach and the sound of crashing waves to wake you up each morning along with the gentle ocean breeze…life cannot get much better than a few days at the.
Thanks to smart design and proper planning the entire shell of the cottage was put together in a mere two days and the interior was left largely unembellished to bring out the elegance of raw wooden surfaces. There is an innate minimal yet rustic appeal about the design which includes the clever addition of modern comforts.
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.
Here the local grasses and ivies beautifully combine with the stone architecture and make a large building seem cozier: This -style room shows what is possible when you think modern with a traditional cottage (here they’ve simply taken out the attic floor of a traditional cottage to give the space a cathedral ceiling).
Originally built in the this old and weary residence was turned into a stunning modern masterpiece that combines aesthetics with eco-friendly ergonomics. This was accomplished by Ezequiel Farca Architects who went about the task of modernizing the home with elegant panache!
As you enter the X11 you notice the wonderful use of contrasting materials that turn the living area into a captivating and visually enchanting space filled with varying textures. A coffee table and dining table with natural wooden surfaces a plush sofa in the living area that borrows from the hue of raw concrete and sleek marble additions combine in a seamless fashion here.
The classy extension for the private home uses a structure that borrows heavily from industrial elements while wrapping them in a cheerful trendy cloak. Metal and glass shape the exterior and the roof of the structure filling the interior with ample natural light.