Large sliding glass doors and glass walls become an integral part of each and every room of the house as the view outside is brought indoors in an effortless manner. The classic coastal colors of white and blue are used in a contemporary context with ingenious pendant lights giving the living area a whimsical aura. Decor additions like the Philippe Starck’s Masters chairs add sculptural style to the setting.
The interiors are largely clad in white with a wide range of patterns and textures being used. Paola Navone turned towards refined industrial style and exclusive decor to get the task done. Finding that perfect balance between the past and the present this renovation indeed leaves you speechless!
This not only gives the home a strong base but also adds another dimension to the astounding array of existing textures that includes wood glass and metal. While majority of the exterior is clad in Cor-ten sheets a large glass wall gives the home a visual connection with the outdoors while ushering in ample ventilation.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.
Carefully placed decor additions in black and a fusion of modern pendant lights with chic basket shades give the living areas a striking appeal. With a private courtyard at the heart of it all this amazing Spanish house showcases the harmonious way that timeless tradition can coexist with modern trends when one turns to adaptive reuse!