What makes this home so inviting is the sense of proportion as well as the fluid non-central circulation that surprises with a glimpse into the outside vegetation. A more intimate experience of space is achieved through the sloped ceiling of the living and dining rooms. The spacious interior spaces contain minimalistic leather furniture artwork and designer lamps that bring modern inspiration to this both family and nature-friendly home.
Its complementing gardens display a simple greenery landscaping of reeds local rocks and wooden sundecks that make the adjacent swimming pool resemble a natural lake. The outer walls are warm and welcoming in a natural wood finish while the black lattices of the upper story protect against the dry sun and bring a minimalistic and rougher accent to the facade.
Just like most modern homes that intend to offer panoramic views for its residents the California home uses glass extravagantly along with ample stone. The use of these two elements along with very sporadic use of wood offers a beautiful textural element to the home. The interiors were designed to specifically ensure that the antique pieces of its owners along with some special décor like the ‘Parisi dining table’ find a comfortable setting alongside the modern furniture.
With each room flowing into another and interiors that are carefully clad to offer both luxury and convenience the home is both practical and sensational at the same time. The infinity pool the extended balconies and ample patio space all add up to make it a visual treat.
Created to house three whole families at any single instance the most alluring element of the house is the views of the sea that it offers and with the living quarters being built on the first floor there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy some great sights and sounds.