Located in a secluded little pocket of Phuket and away from the tourist rush is the stunning that is true to its name. Offering unabated views of the distant sea and perched atop a sloping mountain the posh contemporary house makes the very best of the site’s unique topography.
And did I mention one of the most intriguing aspects of the house? I could see myself enjoying a good book by the fire while the wind and rain storm outside. Or maybe I’m daydreaming again.
Double glazed windows perfect insulation and a raised wooden platform underneath ensure that the heating and cooling needs of the home are kept to a minimum. Sliding doors and skylights usher in ample natural ventilation and passive heating technology keeps the home warm during winters and pleasant during the summers.
Spread across and two different levels the grand residence comprises of three bedrooms and four bathrooms along with the living area and the balcony. The lower level houses the living space dining area and contemporary kitchen along with one of the bedrooms while the exclusive and luxurious master suite with spa-like affluence sits on the top level.
The four bedrooms and spa-like bathrooms judiciously combine panoramic views with adequate privacy while the exclusive water features outside become a natural extension of the interior. An infinity swimming pool and an unassuming wooden deck that promises idyllic evenings and magical nights under the stars complete this posh home with a relaxed ambiance.
The gorgeous project by Djuric Tardio Architectes is one such smart residence that combines a variety of versatile in crisp contemporary style. Located in Antony the southern suburbs of the innovative house is a completely prefabricated structure that was built offsite in a workshop and assembled in a mere two weeks!
Sustainable design and green home architecture are much more than a mere compilation of the latest smart home technology that saves up on energy. Design planning and the overall silhouette of the house also play a pivotal role in shaping the power and resource consumption of the structure.