A plan for a home that started out as a traditional New England dwelling in all its splendor soon morphed into a contemporary retreat and an inviting family residence that sits on a lush green lot in Massachusetts. The rests on land that was once home of dense vegetation wetlands and a huge rock ledge.
It is the ground floor that contains the living space dining area kitchen master suite and additional bedrooms while the top level houses the second master suite along with the open study and the sunroom. Complete with a sauna massage room home library and a refreshing pool and a vibrant garden the Gallery House epitomizes contemporary grandeur at its functional best!
A riverside home that offers an unabated view of the gently flowing waters and the landscape beyond is definitely an enticing prospect for any homeowner. Residences overlooking lakes and rivers have a certain sense of serenity and ‘natural balance’ about them that makes them so very alluring and the in England is no different.
Some of the original features of the building like the façade wood paneling on the walls and skirting were carefully preserved restored and given a new lease on life while the floor plan of both the lower living level and the top bedroom level were considerably altered.
Colorful wooden boards bring vivaciousness to every room while the furniture combines a beachy modern vibe with industrial practicality to shape a living atmosphere that values form over function. Custom bookshelves kitchen cabinets a gorgeous home office and study vibrant kids’ bedrooms and a master suite complete this one-of-a-kind house.
It is hard to imagine that a home as splendid and extravagant as the in Texas was a dark and dingy structure from the 1980s until recently. It was only after its new owners turned to Miró Rivera Architects that the true potential of this fabulous Texas home and the lot on which it sits were fully realized.
It is the landscape the views on offer and the neighborhood that often define the silhouette of the house and the balance between privacy and ‘openness’ when it comes to design. Nestled in Kibbutz Yehiam Israel tends to veer more towards the latter with its unique design that blurs the conventional boundaries between the interior and the world outside.