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!
Concrete is used wherever necessary but it seems like the designers have mostly preferred wood with the one used on the outside being more resistant to the rough weather that can hit the region once in a while. The interiors seem simple and elegant and situated at Østhusvik the Dalene cabin offers 120 square meters of private and tranquil escape from the hustle of city life.
The outdoor fireplace is in the perfect place to warm up on a cool evening after taking a relaxing dip in the pool. No need to worry about dripping water as the treated wood floor has plenty of drainage. The view of the terraced lawns appears to give you a breath of pure oxygen to both energize and relax you at the same time.
A well-appointed rooftop lounge area gives you a specious gathering area for celebrations or a relaxing time beneath the stars. The dark wood beneath your feet invites you to shed your shoes and socks and soak up the warmth of the sun captured by the flooring.
The project has been developed on three levels. On ground level there’s a small enclosed area that accommodates a house keeper the laundry room and all other services needed in the house. Then there’s the concrete level where all social activities happen; there’s the living room a dinning room the kitchen and the swimming pool.
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.
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.