But the offers much more that mere aesthetics as dark floor tiles reduce the glare from the ocean and high louvres keep the interior cool in a natural fashion. Rainwater tanks capable of holding 5000l of water provide the home with almost all of its water needs while passive heating and cooling techniques cut down on energy consumption. This not only makes life at this beachside home a lot easier but also adds to its sustainability quotient.
Anything that is not an absolute must is done away with in the living room and classics like the Wishbone chair in the dining room and wooden furniture usher in that exquisite Scandinavian charm. A sculptural steel staircase with wood stove paste and bowling alley wax finish exposed wooden ceiling beams open kitchen cabinets and marble countertops add to the uniqueness of the interior.
And what better reason for a little weekend trip than a stunning retreat offering majestic and unabated views of the Elk Mountains in the distance while engulfing you in a world of luxury! This is precisely what promises as its owners a couple with twin boys find solace rejuvenation and a break from hectic city life in this tranquil abode.
A townhouse revamped by The New Design Project to fit in with a fast-paced urban lifestyle and reflect current trends its bright and cheerful living space epitomizes its overall vibe to perfection.
But its new homeowners wanted a modern yet relaxing residence that combined rustic beauty Scandinavian simplicity and contemporary comfort in a seamless and sensible fashion. This is precisely what Scott & Scott Architects accomplished as they gave the family residence a style of its own!