Though the house predominantly uses white and silvery grey pops of yellow green and blue add instant brightness and elevate the ambiance. An entertainment area kids’ bedrooms and the master bedroom and bath are tucked away on the top level. Exposed steel beams and the overwhelming presence of glass also give the home a hint of an industrial vibe.
Smart renovations not only maximize resources and cash they often result in some amazing homes that seem to showcase a style of their own. This fabulous house in the of Israel was originally built in the ’80s. When its latest owners bought the house the initial idea was to build an entirely new residence in its place.
Located on a lot of 251 square meters the house itself just occupies 146 square meters and makes smart use of whatever space is on offer. The special roof designed by of TSC Architects for the house is not just about painting a pretty picture alone.
Waking up to the sight of dancing waves in the distance and relaxing each evening as you soak away your woes in the gentle ocean breeze is something many of us dream about. Located in r Canada the offers all of this and a whole lot more!
Connecting the private and public levels is an astonishing all-glass library that opens up the house to the outdoors and ushers in ample ventilation. The copper and glass exterior adds to the glint of the residence while smart energy-saving technologies and top notch insulation help the home in staying on the side of the equation.
One of the first things you notice about the penthouse is the presence of a remarkable South East Asian art collection that steals the show at every turn. While the style of the interior remains in line with the typical New York high-rise the extensive use of glass ensures that each space flows into the next.
This stylish private residence was designed by McLeod Bovell Modern Houses to capitalize as much as possible on the lovely view outside. While the street façade of the house offers ample privacy its rear opens up to the backyard and the ocean thanks to the extensive use of sliding glass doors and windows.