The basic design of this house is simple with the space created by the L-shaped structure being turned into a gorgeous outdoor zone pool area and garden. On the other side is the street façade that keeps out prying eyes even while providing a lovely entryway.
Living next to an old lava flow does sound like an exciting prospect – even if it is one that is 300 years old. But for the residents of Hawaii dealing with fiery volcanoes and lava flows is a less common affair.
Décor inside the house is kept down to a bare minimum with a cozy fireplace at the heart of the living area providing all the warmth one needs. As seasons change and the landscape outside brings new hues sights and sounds the house acts as a blank canvas allowing those inside to enjoy nature at its unabated best!
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.
The water body on the rooftop and the green roof section offer natural mechanisms that control the temperature inside while the pool on the lower level along with the gardens further helps in cooling the interior naturally. Despite the views outside stealing the spotlight you can rest assured that Naman Villa holds its own thanks to a design that is simply fabulous!
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.