The wood and steel entertainment unit becomes the focal point of a living space that is otherwise largely white. A sliding wooden door hides the TV and the shelves when needed while a spacious guest bathroom sits behind the unit.
Surrounded by lush green evergreen and hardwood forest on all sides and presenting a rustic rural backdrop the sight of the in Canada comes as a surprise any unsuspecting visitor. The lean minimal and contemporary home in stone wood and glass seems to barely float above the landscape even as a winding entry leads to the residence with a low profile.
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.
Either ends of the house contain the bedrooms bathrooms and the more private spaces and a transition between the interior and the courtyard is seamless and natural. With no shortage of natural light a cheerful and refreshing ambiance holds sway inside.
In different rooms of the house the metallic elements of the living room shelving are carefully repeated to give the interior a singular design style. Even the bedrooms upstairs are filled with subtle metallic elements and décor with contrasting finishes to balance the refined with the rugged. And all this is done in the most curated possible manner.
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.