Designed ever so dramatically by Tierra Design the structure is placed on a podium of granite cobbled walls and uses a z-shaped pattern to ensure that every part of the four-level home gets an unabated view of the sea. The most striking and visually appealing feature of the Villa Mayavee is the way in which architects have used water to not just offer a beautiful variation but also as a reflective surface that accentuates the beauty of the estate.
Apart from being located pretty much on the golf course lot this 11000 square foot modern home treats you to every form of luxurious comfort that you crave for. One look at the home and it is quite obvious that it sports really spacious interiors with high ceiling and ample space.
The house itself adheres to the modern architectural and design trends by using sleek and well defined lines open plan that ensures that each room flows into another and the extravagant use of glass along with smart use of stone to bring a sense of natural freshness while thinning the line between the interiors and the surroundings. Plush décor and a blueprint that is pretty close to minimalism make this home a delight for those who love modern homes.
The home has a continuous and flowing color palette that gives it the spacious look while keeping the theme of the house simple. The ample use of wood and brown shades gives it the inviting warmth which every home needs. Cozy modern furniture glazed doors and unassuming wooden surfaces complete the ergonomic and adaptive house. Located in the historical Beaumaris area which has traditionally been renowned for its experimental architecture the in Melbourne is another wonderful example of integrating modern design with sustainable features.
The structure of the house itself is one of a elevated and cantilevered cube that sits safely on a few pillars. The lovely and flowing use of wood along with elegantly extravagant glass surfaces and floor to ceiling glass windows has meant that there is both a natural and yet fashionable appeal that comes with the home.