The exciting and ingenious contemporary façade of the house draws you in instantly as it blends bold architecture with complete privacy. Spread across two different levels each nook in the villa surprises you with a beautiful captivating addition in the form of modern wall art a smart accessory or a creative decor piece.
A floating staircase with a glass railing leads to the top level that houses the cozy bedroom and a sky garden that brings tranquility and freshness to the residence. Another enclosed exterior garden also ensures that there is no dearth of greenery in this that brings together style and serenity!
In the past we have seen some amazing penthouses and New York City townhouses that have swept us off our feet with their grandeur. The innovative architects at Turett are at the forefront of this smart trend that not only turns narrow townhouses into sensational modern homes but also gives old structures a dazzling new lease on life. Transforming a that was also used as a painter’s studio into a handsome home for a family of four this latest project from Turett is another brilliant case in point!
When we talk of lakeside homes the first image that comes to mind is of traditional or modern retreats that borrow from the classic cabin style. While some of the remarkable lakefront residences that we already showcased challenge this stereotype this fascinating home in Carinthia by Spado Architects shatters that myth completely! Minimal at every turn this house employs translucent white glass panels and concrete to merge privacy with unabated lake views.
The interior is connected seamlessly with the large deck outside and the panoramic views become an organic part of the indoors. Blurring this line between the interior and the outdoors played an important role in giving the small house a ‘vacation retreat’ vibe.
A sophisticated master bedroom coupled with a spa-like bathroom two home offices that make use of every inch of available space and ample natural ventilation complete the interior. A stunning with an outdoor dining area a lounge space a BBQ and a kitchen ensures that this loft penthouse is a real showstopper.
Architects from chose concrete as they felt that its raw appeal was more in tune with the original façade of the house. The vertical openings of the extension are crafted to match the existing style of the house while warm wooden tones and a neutral color palette grace the home indoors.