Okay so the beautiful Floating House designed by architect Dymitr Malcew is not really a home located on the edge of a lake. In fact it is even better as it turns any lake or river into your personal retreat as you float your way to paradise!
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!
The lower level of the residence promises serene parkland views and houses a home office a lounge room and two additional bedrooms. Sculptural lighting additions brilliant pops of blue in every room that usher in a subtle and a neutral color palette that is centered around white ensure that the interior is airy cheerful and trendy. Functional while showcasing ample flair this is the perfect modern home for a busy urban family.
This lovely was revamped to serve the needs of an urban family and a new extension gives it a posh refined appeal. Instead of the usual glass and steel framework that is used in many such projects the architects turned toward the raw appeal of concrete here!
The top floor contains the master bedroom and luxurious bathroom along with an expansive walk-in closet. Embracing a neutral color scheme all three levels seem like a natural extension of one another even as pops of bright color are kept to a bare minimum.
High concrete walls wood and glass are combined elegantly to shape the large entry that adds drama and exclusivity to the residence. A spacious open living area welcomes you with a fabulous fireplace at its heart and a smart kitchen in the backdrop.
Renovation goals included infusing some life into the narrow townhouse and revamping its existing vibe by taking down all the interior and rear walls and reconstructing new partitions. This gave the architects a freedom to shape a lively and elegant home spread across four different levels that are connected by a.