The house is also now easier to maintain far more energy efficient far less dependent on artificial heating and cooling devices and also features a small rear deck and a lovely garden.
The upper level is no different with a master bedroom and home office also drenched in more white. The color palette infusion of natural light and just the minimal presence of the seamless backdrop give the home spacious and serene vibe.
Modern renovations often bring forth the most interesting features in home design that otherwise would simply never become the focal point of an architectural conversation. Turning an old ground floor flat in Spain Arnau Vergés Tejero used a ‘carpet of concrete’ to link the various rooms of the visually.
The result is a captivating home and an even more exquisite backyard where one can enjoy the natural landscape beyond even while soaking in the warmth from the fireplace!
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.
This is precisely what happens at this exquisite Aussie home as Zen Architects designed an efficient and multi-purpose studio that now sits next to the older residence. The new structure presents a multitude of possibilities and while it is being currently used as an extension of the main house it can also function as a standalone home with complete ease.
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!
Facing towards North sunlight and the warmth that it brings is maximized inside the house with Coigüe and Cypress shaping the exterior. A concrete base provides a stable platform that can counter the strong winds on bad weather days.