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.
This stunningly modern seaside home by Elton & Leniz Architects enjoys a beautiful scenery of rough nature cactae and spruce vegetation crude soil and a steel blue sea. Accordingly the materials and shapes that went into the design are rather rough and angular frames of exposed concrete and a wood planking left in a milder natural finish two textures that complement themselves wonderfully.
While the cubic nature of Paraty House confirms with the current popular architectural trends for modern structures it has been divided into two spacious cantilevered levels with both of the offering unabated ocean view at all times.
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.
Add to it smart lighting and ergonomic furnishings and this Ukrainian apartment is both classy and complete. A neat and tidy example of residential architecture in Mount Eden Auckland New Zealand the meets the needs of a family of five in a modern frame.