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.
The basement and the third level of the house contain private quarters while a brilliant pergola coupled with a fabulous painting studio and roof terrace make up the top level. With ample greenery both indoors and outside lavish outdoor deck spaces and breathtaking views of the mighty Mediterranean Sea in the distance this dashing and cozy villa offers a refreshing new take on contemporary design!
We often are so obsessed with designing the perfect home that we forget about making it a fun cheerful and at the very least an inhabitable space. The catalog look with super sleek surfaces simple straight lines and bland neutrals is not a look that works for everyone.
The dining room with bright splashes of orange and the kitchen banquette with the dazzling Turquoise Drape chandelier lend the home a trendy transitional style. It is the girls’ bedrooms though where the feminine aura is revved up with flowery wallpapers drapes decor and a generous splash of pink.
Conjured up and created by Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers the vacation home is laced with expansive roof decks and walkways that allow you to spend a wonderful summer away from the crowd and the big city rush.
By simply moving these giant sliding walls the homeowners can shift between amazing views and complete privacy while giving the villa a vibrant visual appeal. The interior of this luxurious Kfour residence opens up to the world outside as the street entrance leads to a beautiful balcony and a gorgeous reception area.
The exterior of the house is clad in black to set it apart from the other homes in the area. A gives the façade its unique look while keeping the sun away. Designed by David Edelman Architects the L-shaped home is spread across two different levels with the lower level housing the public spaces and the top floor containing the private quarters.