The owners, a family who lives in an area with many early century homes, decided to keep some of the old features of the house while adding also a feel of contemporary. Modern aesthetic became an important issue, so, in order to obtain a harmonic blend of old and new, an architectural firm was contacted. , in lead with the project, executed the house’s extension.
For example, a large window above the living room allows sunlight to bathe the dining table at around midday.” Inside, all walls are white, which might give you the feeling that the living environment is a little bit sterile but this feeling disappears as soon as you experience the whole décor: the textures, the colours, the natural materials and the modern decorations. Each room offers the best views of the outdoor spaces.
The exterior materials include stone, wood and stucco. Inside, the combination of white oak, mahogany, rosewood and zebrawood creates a warm atmosphere in contrast to the cool modern style, while expansive skylights generate shifting light throughout the day.
If you have ever been on a Greek island, then we are certain of your fascination for the traditional architecture that defines these beautiful places. For today we would like to present a charming traditional home located in the Cyclades archipelago, on the island of Tinos. Designed by , this lovely holiday home is composed of two separate volumes connected together through a veranda.
Westbury Crescent Residence looks like a lovely traditional neighbourhood home, with a twist. The twist is not exactly a strange décor element, aiming to embellish the structure or to create harmony, but an outstanding contemporary monolithic block, that grabs your attention, as soon as you see it.
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