Located in the busy city of and on the Mediterranean coast has been crafted to offer the best of both worlds. This gorgeous contemporary residence is more about the outdoors than the interior as its living spaces seem to almost hover above the waves precariously inviting the waves indoors! Designed by Daniel Hasson the home features large glass windows that provide unabated views as the vast Mediterranean turns into a natural backdrop for the interior.
The idea came about when the homeowner asked the architects to spare enough room for the 3 tapestries of houses made by her mom! The timber beams not only add visual splendor but also offer insulation and ample shade for the homeowners to enjoy some lovely summer evenings in the courtyard.
Exposed brick walls add to the overall appeal of this penthouse that borrows generously from vintage Art Deco industrial and rustic design elements. Yet state-of-the art appliances and contemporary services are seamlessly intertwined in this setting.
An imaginative design and exemplary balance between wood glass and concrete give the home its unique ! While the penthouse level offers amazing views of the city skyline and the Highline park the glass addition brings the sights and sounds of the changing seasons indoors in an unabated fashion. Timeless decor like the Tulip table and chairs along with the iconic LEM Piston Bar Stools complete this chic home.
The all-white kitchen and the dining space that embraces natural organic textures add to this tranquil vibe of the home. A lavish outdoor deck with a kitchenette dining area fireplace and a trendy lounge completes this fabulous getaway that redefines the way many of us look at beach houses.
We often find amazing inspiration in life from the most unexpected sources and the ingenious folks at FMD Architects found theirs in the art of tapestry and stitching! Nestled in the iconic Australian city of the is a wonderful example of how one can creatively integrate the old with the new in a seamless fashion thanks to smart design solutions. Nestled on a lot that was just 5 meters (16.4 feet) wide the original was in urgent need of a stylish renovation and extension.
Transforming an old house from the or into a lovely modern home is a task that is hard enough during the best of times. But when you need to convert an old ragged and into a sparkling contemporary space the challenge is even steeper.