Spread across three different levels and the custom-crafted townhouse exudes an airy and spacious vibe thanks to the square clean-lined architecture which visually enhances the compact rooms. A variety of textures in the form of exposed concrete walnut wood and stainless steel give the interior a unique appeal.
The owners of this beautiful home initially wanted an interior with strong Moroccan flavor but as time went on they decided to move away from the dramatic bright colors and bold patterns in favor of a more rustic look. Soon they turned towards the traditional English style as it reminded the husband of his native country and also offered a lovely balance between the rustic and the modern.
The main floor of the house contains the central living area along with a small dining space and sleek kitchen. Decor additions like the Moooi Random Lights and the timeless Eames chairs lend a touch of class and sophistication to the space. An elegant staircase leads to the upper level that features a bedroom and bath.
Modern renovations and restoration projects often tend to infuse homes with a touch of sleek contemporary charm that balances the old world appeal ever so beautifully. But this gorgeous and private residence located in a secluded little niche of the adopts an entirely different approach. Transformed by architect and interior designer Inbar Menaged who described its appeal as a ‘little piece of haven’ this newly renovated residence brings together modern comfort and an unexpected dash of.
While the street façade of the offers ample privacy the rear of the residence opens up to offer captivating views of the surrounding landscape. Designed by K_M Architektur the floating design of the house gives it an inimitable silhouette while the scenic backdrop adds to its visual appeal.
A balanced use of stone wood and glass coupled with a design style that borrows from the woodsy winter retreat gives the villa an inimitable silhouette. The interior features an open-floor living area with a beautiful modern kitchen a stylish dining area and a spacious living zone.
Sometimes I dare to dream or maybe it’s my way of motivating myself. But I really hope that one day I will be able to retreat to a summer house somewhere in the woods. Give me a lake and it’s the perfect picture. A case in point: the by Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers near Vancouver in British Columbia Canada.