That seems to be the growing trend across the globe and even those generally opting for the brighter and far more vivid shades ensure that they stay confined to the walls of the bedrooms. But that is definitely not the case with this brilliant and bubbly apartments pace that we have stumbled upon in Odessa the fifth largest city in Ukraine.
Leigh Osbourne and Graham Voce decided that they would buy an old water tower originally built in 1877 that was not really in the best of conditions even when everyone else seemed to be running away from the almost ‘ancient’ structure. The derelict Grade II-listed 19th-century 99ft-high water tower is located in central London. It presented them with a unique opportunity to dream up an amazing and lavish home that will not just you with its stunning interiors but also sheer audacity of thought and execution.
Owning a luxurious modern home is pretty much the dream of almost everyone around and the most essential part of it is being able to call it ‘our own’. High mortgage rates and the growing demand for space especially in the big cities and towns are making this dream less and less affordable with each passing day for many.
A simple and narrow strip of vernacular landscaping – spike wildflower and stones – along the brims of the terrace adds to the impression of unpretentious modernity. The interior design uses the same materials of concrete and wood in humble shapes serving to celebrate the sky the sea and the line of trees that are invited in throughout the house.
Bathrooms clad in granite natural timber shutters and screens leather finish Neo Sardo Granite flooring and an infinity pool that promises refreshing dips as you enjoy a lovely sunset make this a perfect modern beach house.