The Elliott Ripper House is located in Rozelle and is spread across 1703 sq ft of space and comes with dozens of features that not only make it a visual treat but also a perfect example of eco-conscious structures that incorporate green features in a smart and economically feasible fashion.
The Norwegian Fjords offer amazing sights and sounds and can truly offer you a holiday that you will not forget. But the beauty of Norway extends far beyond its famous Fjords as the landscape here presents it various spots that are cloaked in the goodness of nature and offer amazing retreats.
There just is something that makes us uncomfortable about the name ‘Elliott Ripper’ but if you look past the ‘ripper’ part of it then you are set to find a lovely modern home that can be a beautiful bachelor hub and also a wonderful residence for a small family.
Sculptures that are made out of glass and stone bestow an artistic outlook to this contemporary design and the extravagant use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling windows gives those inside unobstructed views. While the lower level sports the living space and the dining area the upper level finds space for the entire owner’s suite which includes a library a piano room a master suite a refreshing spa and an inviting sundeck. A wonderful merger of form and function…
One of the most notable elements of this room however is the illuminated blue table which sheds an aquamarine glow on all surfaces close by. While something of this style would be more suited in a European discotheque than an aristocratic household it somehow fits beautifully.
The forte for this three level edifice is a 15 meter protruded infinity pool that not only offers a refreshing dip anytime of the day but provides for amazing views of the adjacent Andaman Sea and the tranquil horizon far beyond.
Unlike the modern minimalist trend this one is from an era where various shades and designs were used lavishly to create vibrant and cheerful interiors. And there is indeed nothing ‘neutral’ about the interiors here as each room seems to have its own distinctive personality and with even unusual décor like the brass pole in the kitchen and old record player that is showcased in the living room.