It is homes that interact positively with the world around them that serve you best in the long term and nestled on a seaside lot in Thailand the is one such private residence that draws you in with its unique form and ingenious silhouette. Designed by NPDA studio the stylish dwelling has a breezy casual vibe that makes it a perfect retirement home and a holiday retreat.
It is definitely the season to embrace industrial style and it has been that way for a while now! As homeowners turn t the adaptive reuse of old structures in order to beat the urban space congestion this is a style that would only go up the trends chart in the years to come.
Stone and wood become the major components here while the aesthetics veer away from an overtly rustic style and the décor adds to this infusion of freshness and modernity. Wide open outdoor spaces combine with snug interiors thanks to large floor-to-ceiling windows sliding glass doors and fabulous walkways.
Industrial style and townhouses go hand in hand with even the recently renovated and revamped bringing along with them an undeniable and trademark industrial aura. The might not overwhelm you with the style but it combines contemporary finesse with rough textures exposed wooden ceiling beams and industrial-style windows to offer the very best of both worlds in a refined manner.
It is a given then that any gorgeous private residence nestled in this lovely Spanish city would showcase its exotic flavor and inimitable style and that is precisely what we find at the lavish . Designed by Sergio Suárez Marchena one finds a unique blend of contemporary opulence and unassuming minimalism inside this spacious home.
More often than not contemporary homes are shaped by the landscape that surrounds them the contours of the lot they sit on and of course local architectural style and weather conditions.
Large glass doors windows and smart design create a pavilion-style living space kitchen and dining area that is blessed with ample natural ventilation. While the lower level contains the public areas the top floor houses additional bedrooms and bathrooms. The L-shaped design of the house also creates a natural private retreat that becomes a part of the living space visually.