The dark island in the kitchen beautiful LED strip lighting and the many layers of greenery around the house put the final touches on a building that is mindful of the space it sits in!
To bring in ample natural light a large section of one of the external walls was replaced with a glass wall even as unnecessary internal partitions were removed to create a loft-like common space.
Urban agglomeration has meant that more and more people in developing nations are starting to move from their semi-rural and rural roots and many villages around big cities are starting to resemble ghost towns.
An open plan living on the lower level can also accommodate a dining space and dedicated kitchen down the line while the bedrooms on the top floor combine privacy with controlled ventilation and smart city views.
Removing the walls on the first floor and creating more open linear space also give the new interior a spacious cheerful look. With a space-savvy basement level and serene outdoor space this modern Mexican home surprises you at every turn.
It is not just the spiral metallic staircase that grabs your attention here as the exposed brick walls all around remind us gently of the home’s cherished past. The attic level with cleverly placed windows and skylights holds the new master bedroom bathroom and walk-in closet.
Turning a densely vegetated lot into a setting that holds a lovely modern home is a tricky task that requires balance between eco-sensitive design and smart usage of space. Located in an urban lot that is still filled with greenery in Guernsey is a contemporary residence that has been carefully sunk into the lot without disturbing the existing topography in a drastic manner.
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!)