The building has its own little garden space which is shared with the original home a private entrance that is not connected with the main entryway and can be turned into a completely independent home down the line. A neutral color palette wooden accents and a splash of green turn this adaptable addition into a modern delight.
A gallery style entrance open living area on the lower level and cozy bedrooms fashion a setting that feels both open and secluded. Water mirrors innovative décor fixtures and beautiful walkways and terraces complete this exceptional home where natural earthen tones hold sway.
Bedrooms on this level aim to provide sweeping 360-degree views even as the traditional line between the outdoors and interior is completely blurred. The basement holds the garage gym small spa and guest room while glass walls provide protection without from the exterior.
Much of the makeover was carried out without any major demolitions of the existing walls internally and you can see that smart space-saving solution were added on top to deliver the right result. One of the most obvious aspects of the renovated apartment is the way in which white was used to create a uniform backdrop.
Turning an 1850’s farmhouse into a modern home often means a careful compromise between the old and the new. But the in seems nothing like a revamped farmhouse when you look at it from a distance.
A fabulous makeover by Neumann Monson Architects gives this old and dreary structure a light-filled and cheerful new lease of life where the classic elements are toned down and modern minimalism takes over. The central focal point of the new interior is the spiral staircase that connects the living area on the lower level with the new master suite above.
Nestled in an area renowned for cross-country skiing finds an exquisite balance between modern minimalism and classic Scandinavian design. Designed by Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter the cabin is made of 12 triangular planes and its sheltered L-shaped ends keep the interior toasty warm!
A laminated timber structure extends into the pergola outside and offers shade while passive heating technology and concrete floors soak up the ‘barely available’ natural heat during the winter months to keep the living area and bedrooms toasty warm. Triple glazing and top-notch insulation put the final touches on an eco-savvy and exquisite family home on the serene coast.