Wood marble and limestone have been used for the interiors and with rich and refined décor that fits the existing setting perfectly the home has an aura that can be only described as ‘divine’. Lighting plays a pivotal role in creating the perfect ambient atmosphere.
You can open and close the large swiveling glass doors that connect the dining space with the deck area depending on the season and the time of the day. Interesting art work in the kitchen adds a bit of color to an otherwise sleek and ergonomic space in white. The living space also employs a neutral color palette while the reading area utilizes a vivacious green couch to bring in the desired brightness. Ample natural ventilation along with beautiful chandeliers freshen up the space perfectly.
The innovative structure basically consists of three distinctively separate sections which combine seamlessly with one another. A carport that doubles up as an external patio area is the first to greet you with a large glass enclosure that is right next to it providing for a relaxing lounge area. The glass box has been designed to provide unobstructed views of the flowing river as you also enjoy a 360 degree view of the world outside.
The kitchen looks particularly stunning with its large wooden shelves that seem to form one giant seamless wooden wall with the white stone kitchen countertop stealing the spotlight. The living and dining spaces are housed in the lower level along with the modern kitchen. A sleek wooden staircase leads you to the top level where one can find the master bedroom and the bathrooms. Elegant and eco-conscious Hewitt Avenue Home is an amalgamation of both clean and green home design!
Next we see the opposite view of the home which reveals the remainder of the staircase as it sweeps across the orb-like structure at a diagonal. This self-supporting housing solution is designed for the post-oil world. Sturdy and waterproof the home boasts a carbon-positive design that can actually give energy back!
But don’t think it’s as simple as emptying the grain and moving in the furniture! Today’s featured abodes have been the product of thoughtful renovation. From connecting two silos to slicing them in half and using them as walls inside of another home a variety of techniques are employed in the creation of these dwellings. Check out the images that follow and see which silo could be the house of your dreams!
The interior of the home boasts curved walls and minimal furniture. When the architecture is this interesting why detract from it with a cluttered living space? This next room gets it just right…