miércoles, 17 de julio de 2013

A Tale of Two Houses by FARM

Interior Design Ideas

Built for two generations, parents and an adult child, the Wall House boasts two houses connected by a stunning courtyard with dynamic oculus and minimalist design elements. Masterminded by the architects of FARM, a group of hip creative professionals, the houses sit on one large lot filled with beautiful landscaping. The main structure is a multi-level affair which brings manmade materials together with natural elements for a look that is truly unique and organic in flow.The upper level and swimming pool can be seen here from the compounds second house. The lower levels sit beneath a lawn covered roof and top most level. The shallow pool adds a mysterious element to the outer living areas as it winds around the house. The huge central courtyard features an open air oculus and six willow trees for a minimalist look. A wall of floor to ceiling glass allows for dynamic courtyard views. The light wood plank ceiling adds interest amongst the other neutral low-key elements of the main living room. The large open plan living/dining/kitchen space provides a wonderful setting for entertaining at a moments notice. The kitchen is a long narrow affair with minimalist decor of sleek white counter tops and cabinetry. The retractable wall on the far end of the dining area allows for enjoyment of the water feature and landscaping beyond. A large built-in office area sits in back of the media room offering plenty of space for multiple work stations. The master bathroom is warmed by use of organic golden hued wood on floor, ceiling and cabinetry. For more regular updates from Home Designing, join us on Facebook. If you are reading this through e-mail, please consider forwarding this mail to a few of your friends who are into interior design. Come on, you know who they are! Related Posts: Japanese Style Interior Design Chic Apartment in Barcelona s L Eixample District Synergistic Modern Spaces by Steve Leung Beautiful Contemporary Bathrooms from Neutra Innovative Landscape Design for Country and City Dwellings Interior Design, Literally.



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