The common theme of the home seems to be a rustic charm and uniqueness that comes wrapped in soft colors and a touch of contemporary style; something that seems all too natural for a Nordic setting and style!
This creation from the MPR Design Group is an ultra modern penthouse apartment perched on top of an original Art Deco building above. The apartment boasts unbroken views of Bondi Bay and Beach. Angular windows and skylights allow the 180 square meters of living space to be bathed in masses of natural light.
There are several architectural elements combined here as its architects Pencil Office had taken up the challenge of creating a lavish retreat that will also encompass several eco-friendly features and will offer both beautiful views of the landscape while guarding privacy of those behind the giant floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
The Dalene Cabin opens up towards the south to offer plenty of natural ventilation and sunshine while it uses dark firpannels on the outside and oak on the inside to ensure that the aesthetics of the home are just about perfect.
Located at Coromandel New Zealand the house overlooks a really scenic area with the ocean on one side and a beautiful hill clad in a carpet of green on the other. Being flanked by such panoramic settings the beach house obviously tries to maximize on the views that it can offer and the large floor-to-ceiling glass windows on the top floor try and offer precisely that. Each room flows into another which gives the feeling of spaciousness as the home tries to maximize on the available area.
The 465 square meters of internal living space is spread over two floors with master bedroom and two additional bedrooms three bathrooms private lounge sophisticated dining and entertainment areas cinema study room wine cellar spa and sauna Gaggenau kitchen equipped to the highest standard and a private elevator providing access to an eight vehicle garage and storage area.
The curved wall was used to create a covered exit to the rooftop terrace where the family living here can enjoy fresh air and views of the surroundings. On the inside the wall also acts as a defining feature helping the architects design a spectacular display of wooden beams and details contrasting with the white walls. The tall graceful curved beams achieve their length by being joined by unusual mirrored dovetails secured with wooden pegs.