An open pavilion-style hall with large sliding glass doors brings the outdoors inside with ease even while offering unabated views of the lush green countryside and the waves in the distance.
The use of traditional elements natural materials and unique textures aims to bring out the original rustic aura of the home even as a neutral natural lime-based whitewashed backdrop ensures that the ambiance inside is soothing and refined.
By cleverly painting over most of the period features within the room the designers managed to give the old townhouse a sparkling inviting and fashionable makeover without actually splurging too much. This also does away with the necessity of any major renovations and definitely makes the revamp a lot more budget-friendly.
Nestled in Fort Greene the house was badly damaged when the new owners turned to Ensemble Architecture in order to give it a fresh two-story rear addition that opens up towards the backyard. White and gray shape the backdrop of the new home with every room of the home enjoying plenty of natural light and ventilation.
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.
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.
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.