A multi-generational hub with a difference this house features various rooms stacked on top of one another like blocks with a central light tube bringing in ample ventilation and providing the space for a thriving green hub. A steel mesh is used to create a green feature of sorts indoors even as the sweeping social zones aim to bring together the entire family.
The Y-shaped structure of the home moves away from the conventional beach house design where the focus in every room is about the view outside. With its daring use of glass inventive form and mesmerizing appeal Mölle by the Sea is designed to wow onlookers at every level.
Moving away from convention the master bedroom sits on the lower level of this Texas home along with the living area cozy dining space and a stylish kitchen clad in walnut veneer.
Unlike many other bachelor hubs that rely on the excessive use of dark hues leather and minimalism this contemporary home takes a completely different approach while delivering a stylish refined and functional living space. Crafted by Antonio Martins Interior Design along with Zack/De Vito Architecture this San Francisco home has an industrial flavor that can’t be denied.
The use of large glass windows and doors connects the interior with the view outside even as a revamped balcony on the top level and a private hangout along with a rooftop pool considerably bring down the effect of the searing tropical heat.
Much of the house and its floor plan are defined by the courtyards that surround it bringing in both natural light and a hint of greenery. This creates a nice indoor-outdoor interplay allowing the homeowners to spend time outside while enjoying the comforts of a stylish interior.
Apart from a large sitting area and multiple outdoor relaxation zones one also finds a state-of-the-art kitchen and spacious dining area inside this sparkling space. Sliding glass doors beautiful LED lighting and plush décor complete this inviting and expansive addition to the classy Brazilian home.