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.
Waves and surf become a part of the interior as the airy living room with a kitchen and dining area flows into the balcony outside. A private yard garden adds to this spacious vibe as one finds a cheerful beach-style interior where white is the dominant hue.
Brick and polished concrete shape the nifty home and the materials bring much more than just aesthetics as they keep the interior naturally cool during the hot summer months. The wavy design of the home a lovely upper deck with panoramic views and a cheerful ambiance make every moment at this Thai residence an absolute delight!
The TV room is connected with the modern sunroom using custom sliding doors that also hide away the television when not needed. This not only saves space but helps control the level of natural light that enters the TV room and the living area.
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.
A home that blurs the line between its expansive interior and gorgeous landscape that surrounds it – this definitely is a trend in home design that is only climbing up the popularity charts with each passing day! The in Washington is another gorgeous private residence that epitomizes this trend with a hint of classic charm and traditional Seattle flair thrown into the mix.
Of course there is much more to this mesmerizing home than just the landscape that surrounds it as its cantilevered structure sits on a sloped lot and drastically reduces the environmental impact of the construction in this forested region. The clever use of wooden slats and sunscreen panels brings in plenty of natural light while keeping away any prying eyes along with the hot midday sun.