Additions like the bookcase on the home office level (built out of harvested birch trunks and glass panels) give the interior a distinct ambiance. Most of the colors are inspired by the many sights and sounds outside while iconic decor additions brilliant lighting and sculptural features like the spiral staircase elevate the appeal of the contemporary villa. Sliding frames with wooden slats shape the façade of the home while allowing those inside to switch between complete seclusion and unabated views with ease.
Combining the architectural demands of a modern home and the natural essence of a site is often the most important aspect that shapes the silhouette of any modern home. Located in Washington State the goes a step further in this eco-friendly endeavor by placing natural goodness ahead of the actual home on the list of priorities.
The idea behind the design of the house was to create a setting that encouraged interaction among the family members and steered them toward a more unassuming relaxed lifestyle. From the outside the house looks barely spectacular but surprises you with a fascinating blend of and on the inside.
It is that time of the year again when we all long for a fun-filled memorable holiday trip to a lovely cabin or mountain retreat. With the chill in the air well and truly here the image of a woodsy cabin surrounded by a scenic landscape is comforting indeed. Located in the renowned Martis Camp in and close to the attempts to bring a touch of “Texan personality” to the region.
Bookshelves were used extensively to delineate spaces define them elegantly and turn every corner into a serene ergonomic reading nook! Unassuming neutral colors were incorporated throughout while the Tudor influences were kept largely intact. By inviting the grand view outside indoors the house instantly acquires a more open airy vibe.