The first thing that comes to mind when we think of is the picture-perfect holidays and the snowy Alps. Overlooking the town of Weinfelden and offering unabated views of the distant mountains of Switzerland and Austria is this beautiful house clad in wood.
Heavy wooden surfaces natural stone and elegant calming hues were brought in to give the home this distinct fusion of styles. While vivid Moroccan rugs still hold sway in the living area the rest of the home keeps pops of color to a bare minimum.
A roof terrace with Jacuzzi pool with a spacious deck area and cozy private bedrooms complete this beautiful residence. Designed for those who wish to experience Ibiza at its unadulterated best this captivating villa promises a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience draped in affluence.
Surrounding the house is a dense oak forest and the designer took complete advantage of the views outside as they form wonderful framed backdrops in the kitchen the dining room and the bedroom. An open-plan living area with a comfy sectional a corner fireplace and unassuming decor is visually connected with the garden outside. The master suite boys’ bedroom with twin beds and a stylish girl’s bedroom are housed on the top level.
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.
Downtown is renowned for its beautiful industrial lofts that tend to combine the modern with the classic design style that is so unique to the city. While this stylish loft townhouse in the neighborhood does not embrace any industrial overtones it sure charms you with its smart usage of available space and proximity to the bustling English Bay.
To minimize the impact of the building to the site — it’s a hybrid structure made entirely of wood with some steel and very little concrete — the architects also ensured that the house is completely off the grid. Which is why independent sources of heat and electricity were added.