Warm inviting and largely neutral tones grace the interiors and plush décor along with the ample wood and glass make this a treat for those who wish to move away from the excessive use of concrete. The large floor to ceiling windows ensure there is constant natural lighting along with the ever-changing canopy forming a lovely and brilliant canvas.
The main section of the house features a spacious common area a stylish and efficient modern kitchen a couple of gorgeous bedrooms and the master suite. Each of the three residences and the guest rooms can be accessed privately through an elevator and at the top of it all is a office space that inspires those within with some breathtaking views of the uneven coastline the beautiful sea and plenty of green. In case you wish to own it the Costa Brava House could be all yours for $29000000; small price for all that opulence!
The most apparent aspect of the estate is the extensive and at times extravagant use of glass which gives the home not just a very transparent look but also helps it bring in the many sights and sounds of the rocky Mediterranean coastline that surround it. With the interiors and the furnishings strictly adhering to a cool white template the house depends on the beautiful natural cove area to give it its unique character and a dash of color and freshness.
With the building passing the minimal maintenance criteria a 20000-litre subterranean water tank is used to collect all roof water runoff natural ventilation and heat regulation and loads of other ‘green’ features this stylish home in Melbourne is as pleasing for the planet as it is on the eyes!
Considering the flashy nature and the amazing designs that modern houses are sporting of late it really is not easy to fabricate a home that will astonish you and dazzle with sheer splendor. Yet this wonderful modern house in Caesarea Israel is really something ‘special’ and the moment you lay your eyes on it you cannot but help fall in love with its well-defined plan sleek look amazing use of glass and daft integration of metal into the structure.