A semi-private music room on the top level overlooks the living area below with a roof terrace putting the final touches on a home that is both elegant and understated. Large framed windows add not only to the ambiance and quality of life indoors but give the exterior a chic striking appeal.
Birdseye Design decided to give the guest house an identity of its own with wooden siding mirrored panels floor-to-ceiling galls windows and metallic plates that fit into the board and batten pattern.
Combining complete privacy an amazing series of water bodies pools and lush green gardens with unforgettable sea views the design of each villa promises best in terms of luxury and connectivity with nature.
Instead of relying on gray accent walls or even pops of bright accent hues this breezy and serene Catalonia home turns to wood for personality. A world of white is only disturbed by the beautiful angled wooden partitions in the living room.
The outdoor escape consists of two beautiful vertical gardens a spacious deck a large pool with full height glass panels and doors barbecue area and a sitting and dining zone. Sliding glass doors connect this area with the kitchen and living indoors allowing for a seamless transition between the outdoor hangout and the interior.
It is the completely enclosed unit in wood and Polycarbonate sheathing that contains the more private areas of the house and offers a modest living environment. Dubbed ‘Mauka’ this unit sits on concrete piers and it is from the bedroom that one can enjoy amazing views of nature outside along with a peek at the lava flow.