Some of the many green measures include the use of recycled Blackbutt timber in an extensive fashion both on outside and for the interiors to cut down both costs and carbon footprint high-performance glazing helps in better insulation and hence tones down the power bills in both the summer and the winter smart design and thermal insulation.
The use of rough sawn lumber with the horizontal screens is both cost effective and achieves the look that its owners wanted which is supposedly a more natural texture that blends into surroundings rather than an artificial look achieved by use of modern material. Simple elegant and relaxing …
With summer just around the corner many of us already think of a relaxing place where we can spend our holiday. There are so many options and many great places to choose from which makes the decision very tough if you need to choose just one place an oasis of peace comfort and beautiful surroundings.
This designed by Tommie Wilhelmsen is housed in one such spot as it offers privacy along with the view of the sea thanks to its secluded location. Located on the the cabin is laced extensively with floor-to-ceiling windows in its top floor to offer those who reside inside the perfect view of the blue waters as they wake up each morning.
Lastly there’s a suspended wood-structured volume that will make you feel like you’re living in a tree — given the amazing views; it’s where you wanna be for your peaceful moments for meditation or just to relax. The modern design of the house the modern furniture and the fresh colors (plenty of white green and blue) makes of this place an oasis of comfort and relaxation where you can admire the beauty of nature.
The has nothing if not history. Constructed at the end of the 19th century this aristocratic abode combines classic elegance and centuries-old architectural concepts with modern design and eclectic décor. However even though the villa has been restored to include many more modern conveniences upon stepping inside this villa you are immediately transported back in time. The extravagant styles and lush colors are among the most stylish in the entire country.
This vintage 1970′s Doncaster home of designer Melissa Webb sports many design elements and interiors that you will not really find in the more contemporary homes. The use of black grey pink cream and green marble walls along with sandstone blocks with some of them even containing some amazing fossils makes this home truly one of a kind!