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.
With an open plan living dining area and small single-wall kitchen organizational ease takes over inside the apartment. A ladder reaching up to the storage area above the bathroom and a neatly tucked away bedroom with plenty of privacy complete the transformation that is both pleasing and practical.
The north facing living area now feels a lot more inviting and a snazzy wooden shelf with a splash of yellow separates the ergonomic kitchen from the dining area. The new volume differs from the original Victorian home both aesthetically and functionally and yet the revamped interior of the older welcomes its contemporary vibe.
If you are an avid auto enthusiast and you have a breathtakingly beautiful Lamborghini in white sitting around the natural inclination is to showcase it with a touch of pomp. (That is besides putting foot to pedal and letting it race ahead!)
Earthen walls carefully curated garden with rustic touches and patches of greenery trimmed to match the style of the new structure and its overall silhouette complete a transformation that is remarkable in every sense of the word. Countering the effect of depopulation and bringing vibrancy to an abandoned setting offers a solution in more ways than one!
A stone walkway leads to the entrance of the house and wooden cladding gives the street façade a warm inviting look without moving away from vernacular architectural influences. On the inside it is white that is the predominant color and a balance between natural ventilation and ideal insulation is achieved using special windows.
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.
Closely working with the owner of this once dissolute home the architects used locally sourced materials an open plan living and large sliding glass doors and windows to create an inviting and refreshing living environment. Right next to the living area kitchen and dining is the master bedroom on one side while on the other side sits a smaller second bedroom with bathroom.