The fact that you have to work within the existing limitations while trying to derive the maximum output can be demanding indeed and the in Amsterdam Netherlands is a wonderful case in the point. This lovely home was built way back in 1932 and following the trend of the time it sports a closed design with each area being clearly segregated for their specific function.
The transformation is indeed a treat for the sore eyes as it employs both out-of-the-box designs with existing design principles to create a unique and appealing home that we would all be glad to call our home. Apart from the dramatic use of color in the living room the rest of the home still employs a largely white backdrop but that is tastefully mixed with hues of black blue and brown for different rooms to create a distinctive look.
Designed to offer not just a comfortable and isolated private residence that overlooks the sand and the waves the owners of this beach house specifically anted designers Pike Withers Interior Architecture to bring in a ‘resort-like’ feel to the existing structure. The result is a beautiful amalgamation of ergonomics and aesthetics that is still keeps intact the ‘Australian’ flavor of the place.
With its white surfaces warm colored wood finishes with a hint of traditional its peculiar roof geometry and its colorful plethora of flowers the Winged House expresses the pure exuberance and holiday feel of tropical Asian homes which fill us with a nameless nostalgia.
Located in a plush green natural settings the was designed by the creative architects from Carver + Schicketan. The thing that got our attention was that it merges natural and artificial elements seamlessly to create an ambient atmosphere and the fact that it uses warm and neutral hues to ensure it offers an interesting visual contrast.