Designed by Jacobsen Arquitetura the private residence is spread across two different floors with the lower level half buried underground to ensure that the overall structure is not too tall and imposing.
The contains three different levels with the basement floor housing the home theater study guest space bathroom and laundry while the ground level contains the open plan living area along with the kitchen and dining space.
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 new pavilion sits next to an older counterpart that has been revamped to house a fabulous spa zone while the more traditional home in the backdrop was slightly tweaked to fit into the more modern narrative. With a fair-faced concrete structure timber-clad interior and elegant walkways all around this chic and relaxing hub is the new nerve center of the house.
While most architects would view this as a major hindrance to the design of a new home the innovative folks at Refresh* used it to their advantage by placing the bedrooms and master suite on the lower level of the sparkling new residence.
It is the lower level of the house that holds the living areas while the top floor contains the master suite along with additional bedrooms and guest spaces. An opening in the top level fashions a spacious double-height kitchen and dining area that adds to the cheerful breezy character of this modern coastal residence.