The Eureka penthouse suite encompasses the entire 84th floor of the building with panoramic views of the whole metropolis and bay. The apartment extends across 660 square meters with a marble entrance lobby private elevator four bedrooms two walk-in wardrobes dressing rooms study room living and dining areas entertainment theater cocktail bar main catering kitchen separate butler kitchen and access to a six-vehicle car park.
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 …
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.
The design seems to be a beautiful amalgamation of the classic and the modern as the ground floor has a more open structure thanks to the extravagant use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling windows while the top floor offers privacy and a closed space for the bedroom and the bathrooms.
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.
On the top floor is a ‘Planter Screen’ which acts as a wall that ensures privacy while also growing little shrubs and vegetation which bring freshness to the home. The Maximum Garden House itself was designed with the specific purpose of letting the parents in the house keep a constant eye on the kids even if they are not in the same room.
A 300 square meters of charming Ukrainian delight is what has created for Azovskiy & Pahomova Architects. With a highly fashionable interior lovely milky white walls and spacious rooms with contemporary furniture this luxury apartment is all about comfort exemplified in a modern fashion. But the design is not merely about the appealing aesthetics as it demonstrates how one can bring a light and airy feel to a small apartment space without cluttering it unnecessarily and expansively.