While the side of the facade facing the street is clad in stone so as to keep away prying eyes the residence opens up to the backyard thanks to the extravagant use of glass. Exquisite floor-to-ceiling glass windows ensure that the huge deck space and the pool are always visually connected with the living area.
Below we see a “before” shot of the silo. It’s hard to believe it would soon become an upscale lodging destination! This unit can accommodate up to two adults and two children:
An ergonomic contemporary kitchen beautiful décor also sporting neutral shades and a splattering of wooden surfaces along with the flooring give the home a warm and inviting appearance. The bedrooms utilize sliding glass doors so that one can enjoy the lovely breeze outside on a lovely Melbourne evening. A terrace that promises unabated views of the city and its ever-changing sights and sounds tops off this luxury home. Currently awaiting its new owners it could be yours if you hurry!
Glazed surfaces and ergonomic shelves accentuate the contemporary style of the two bedrooms and the master bedroom. But the real star of the show here is a lavish and indulgent terrace that could throw one rocking party! Apart from offer great views you can find a living area a dining space barbeque corner a refreshing pool and even a completely furnished bar. And in case you are too tired after partying hard a resting area will help you recuperate!
The presence of wood is felt even indoors as the flooring and sporadic presence of the material in exclusive corners gives the home a warm and welcoming appeal. Spacious living and dining areas are separated by a courtyard allowing for ample natural ventilation.
We have always maintained that renovating or revamping an existing home is a far more difficult task than designing a brand new home. Creating a gorgeous and contemporary extension for a home located in an historic neighborhood is a far more demanding proposition.
The philosophy of ‘less is more’ seems to be getting popular pretty fast. The number of homes that are adopting and adapting to the trend of minimalism and semi-minimalism is a tribute to this design principle. It is both aesthetically and economically sound strategy to employ and the Hewitt Avenue Home in Toronto Canada seems to have chosen a similar path. Designed by Altius Architecture the home owners wanted a sleek efficient and ergonomic modern home.