How would you love to escape to a mesmerizing holiday home nestled on the rocky coastline of a small island in Norway? It does sound like an exciting proposition filled with amazing views and loads of tranquility! Promising precisely that and a whole lot more is by Lund Hagem which was designed for a young family who wanted to transform their more modest holiday home into something far more exciting and expansive.
Once you step inside this elegant home the image of the dark stained cedar exterior is quickly replaced by a breezy living space clad in neutral hues and an open living area that is filled with ample natural light.
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.
Glass windows and doors along with the central glass wedge and the bay windows bring in a flood of natural light to fashion a cheerful and refreshing ambiance. Shades of gray white and black dominate the open plan living space kitchen and dining room on the lower level of the house. The top floor contains four bedrooms bathrooms two game rooms and additional spaces.
Moving away from excesses and keeping design simple and uncomplicated the in Mount Pleasant Canada combines a stylish cedar-clad façade with a cheerful modern ambiance to paint a picture of contrasting worlds. Designed by Scott Posno the striking residence was built to meet the demands of a modern family of four and has an inherent sculptural quality that is simply undeniable. A cantilevered top level provides shelter for both the entrance and the deck outside even as the basement of the house offers additional living and utility space.