This irresistible and inimitable home can be custom-crafted to suit the specific needs of individual owners and the climate conditions in your region. Complete with a fully functional kitchen bathroom bedroom and living area it is not just another floating raft by any means. The house can be anchored overnight at any spot and it drifts ever so gently as you spend some unforgettable evenings on its rooftop deck under the stars.
There is no exaggerated importance placed on indoor-outdoor interplay and the beautiful makeover makes the most of available space. The new addition to the cottage also serves as a standalone structure with its own unique style and ambiance.
Modern architects and designers are quickly bridging the gap between the east and west leading to a wonderful exchange and amalgamation of styles and ideas. The secluded Pool House and Spa on the banks of in Montana is a perfect example of this fusion as its cool exterior and relaxing interior are inspired by classic Japanese style.
A series of platforms leads to the entrance of the house which appears like a cantilevered box that is sitting on a glass square below. The large structure features unique sliding stone panels that take inspiration from the natural rocks around the house.
A balanced blend of white stained maple glass and polished steel gives the interior a modern and classy appeal while the existing façade of the townhouse was preserved and refreshed to remind its owners of its historic past. An outdoor staircase from the second level leads into the private backyard while the penthouse master suite exudes a sense of serenity and luxury.
Designed by CTA Architects Engineers the house is concealed in a lovely layer of greenery as the beautiful rooftop allows it to blend into the backdrop. A serene Zen garden smart use of teak and sustainable style accentuate the Asian appeal of the home.
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.