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.
With its imposing façade and a design that feels almost futuristic the in Palmares brings urbane elegance to a setting that is natural and a touch rustic. With an impressive design that relies on smart orientation a balance between privacy and unabated views and clear delineation of public and private areas PMX-01 is both aesthetic and ergonomic.
By combining beautiful wooden surfaces with a serene white backdrop one can achieve textural and visual contrast without altering the contemporary appeal of the home. It is precisely this decorating principle that Susanna Cots Interior Design showcases with the design of a light-filled and cheerful contemporary residence in Spain.
With the kids having moved out and the parents finding new space (and purpose) This Is It transformed the home into a relaxing and efficient setting where the public and private spaces are cleverly intertwined.
Adding to the already inviting home is a beautifully crafted basement full of natural light contains the home library additional bedrooms and guest spaces. A smart car stacker views of the city and the world-renowned MCG in the distance and curated contemporary decorate complete a residence that adapts to changing times and necessity.
Delineating the living area from the dining and kitchen the angled partition ushers in natural light even while bringing a sense of privacy. The dining area is a touch different from the rest as a tall floor lamp in black and dining table chairs also in black move away from the color scheme used elsewhere in the house.