If you love contemporary homes and apartments with textural flair geometric contrast and an ambiance that seems to be inspired by high-end hotels this fabulous and polished residence in Moscow is the one for you!
Green design is definitely ‘in’ and has been so for a while now. Offering benefits that go beyond just eco-friendly perks smart energy-efficient home design can cut back on your power bills and create a more harmonious interior.
The problem is often not the lack of space but the way we put existing space to use. We simply do not pay enough attention to the vertical space on offer and utilize it to the hilt as this smart modern residence in Slovakia does.
Since the image of a lifeguard tower was the source of inspiration materials used inside this Israeli home were kept as natural as possible. A concrete floor and ceiling act as two parallel planes that contain the white stucco walls presenting an image of simplicity and cheerfulness. There is no shortage of natural light here with the large framed windows also ushering in the view on offer! The open living area contains the kitchen and dining and flows onto the deck outside.
With the existing roof being lifted and split the interior gains in vertical space and this adds to the ‘cheerful’ appeal of the Aussie home. Clad in and fitted with smart skylights the new insertion improves the ventilation further and completely transforms the ambiance of the Parkville Residence.