This gives the home a minimal and elegant façade with only the green roof making a considerable visual impact. But the rear façade of the house is anything but understated as the cantilevered top levels with bedrooms and the lower level living area provide panoramic views of the distant sea.
Few things are as soothing as coming back home after a long hard day opening those drapes or stepping out onto the poolside deck and finding the sight of a vast blue ocean greeting your with serenity!
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.
A 5-kilometer long stretch of tropical paradise filled with white sand gentle waves and an old casuarinas forest that offers ample cover and privacy to everyone relaxing and rejuvenating here – in Vietnam is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque on the planet.
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.
With a laundry room and guest room the public wing of the house extends into the concrete and wooden decks outside. Each room here flows into the next effortlessly while the tall presence of the rooms gives the interior a breezy cheerful and light-filled appeal.