An open rear deck wall of natural greenery around the home and a stone pathway leading towards the ocean complete this fascinating Danish home with a modern-Nordic design. A summer vacation home on a small island is indeed a dream come true for all of us. But not everyone can afford to own a small island no larger than 5.5 hectares on the Baltic Sea!
Use of natural materials wooden fiber and linen ensure that insulation here is top notch as the harsh island weather fluctuates dramatically throughout the year. Braving the rough coastal winds with custom wind deflectors every little detail at this island home has been crafted to create a family getaway that will last for generations to come.
Apart from the undeniable Mediterranean charm of the home one also sees wonderful use of natural materials throughout the residence to create an elegant comfortable vibe that is conducive to creative thinking. It is an open living area along with kitchen dining space additional bathroom and terrace that sit on the top level.
A mixture of contrasting styles textures and imaginative design features is a refurbished home in Trinity Road Wandsworth that seems to have an aura of its own! A classic double fronted London home that was in need of a major haul the extensive makeover carried out by ADE Architecture fills the new interior with natural light neutral hues colorful accents and a delicate balance between the past form and present design trends. A new floor plan and completely altered interiors rely heavily on relaxing backdrops exquisite furniture and a cheerful ambiance that brings the outdoors inside.
Most homes are named after the locality or street the sit in and that seems to be pretty much the norm across the globe. But moves away from this as its unique façade appears to form the alphabet ‘P’ or an inverted image of the letter depending on where you view it from! But there is much more to this Oceanside villa in Denmark than its distinctive exterior.