While the street façade of the house is filled with the movable walls and glass windows with wooden slats the rear wall is more closed and less adaptable. On the inside the style is distinctly modern with a simple living room a single-wall kitchen in white and a small dining space combined ever s efficiently.
With the first on one side and unabated view of a majestic bay area on the other the sits on a prime lot which brings together complete privacy and spectacular natural beauty. Designed by Leroy Street Studio and nestled in USA the gorgeous home with a green roof is carefully carved into the landscape with an entry that is cut in the earth.
Most traditional homes in Australia in need of a modern makeover inevitably turn to rear extensions and careful interior makeovers that still leave the street façade largely untouched.
It is also a visitor’s paradise with luxurious hotels and villas spread all over this enchanting coastline. It is in this idyllic setting that one discovers the gorgeous and stunning designed by MIA Design Studio. A series of 40 villas spread across the coastline today we take a look at one of the four types of villas that are a part of this exclusive project.
A series of glass walls and windows connects the interior with the scenery outdoors and also ushers in ample natural light. With the dry and wet areas separated life at this Japanese getaway is both efficient and serene.
The smart renovation carried out recently completely altered the ambiance of the house with the view of the majestic Pacific Ocean in the distance becoming the focal point of the makeover.