An open living plan ensures that there is a wonderful indoor-outdoor interplay while large overhangs protect the interior from a heavy shower. With a tasteful courtyard and ample privacy this home allows you to put your feet up and relax in style!
An outdoor lounge that acts as a bridge between the large green central courtyard and the pool area is the ideal getaway that allows the homeowners to spend some beautiful summer evenings enjoying the fresh outdoors. Understated and minimal furnishings accentuate the sleek yet inviting appeal of the home while brilliant lighting brings the Bay House alive after sunset.
The new living area dining space and kitchen are housed in an open floor plan on the lower level and open up towards the beautiful deck outside. Large sliding glass doors ensure that the transition is seamless while the modern extension in the rear holds additional living spaces as well as three bedrooms that are visually connected with the backyard. The transition between the old and the new structures is indeed effortless as one room flows into the next. An additional top level contains the new master bedroom and bath along with a walk-in closet and a private deck area.
The design of the house was conceptualized to ensure that it will serve the young family for the next couple of decades even as its needs start to rapidly grow. Five bedrooms and bathrooms on the top level and flexible outdoor spaces that extend the living area outside complete this exquisite Melbourne residence.
It is amazing how the unique challenges that the topography creates often result in the conceptualization of some stunning homes that bring together innovative architecture and extraordinary views. Surrounded by natural rocks lush green landscape and overlooking the gorgeous and the spectacular Mediterranean Sea the in draws you in with its imaginative and dynamic façade. Designed by BLANKPAGE Architects the house is located on a sloped terrain which shapes its overall contours and expansive interiors spread across four levels.
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.
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.