With a reflection pond that leaves you spellbound a watery forecourt that is connected by a vivacious spiral staircase encased in a glass cylinder and an infinity pool with a patio to offer lovely view of the sea the entire villa is as fluid as it is solid! The floor-to-ceiling glass windows and the open design ensure that every moment you spend here is both luxurious and memorable.
And because we mentioned the green aspect of the home you should know that — according to its designer — the house A great example of how you should care about every detail of sustainability and a bohemian lifestyle at the same time. Don’t you think?
Designed with a touch of elegance and timeless charm by Nelson-based studio Irving Smith Jack Architects this contemporary home stands between a refreshing pool area and a traditional farmhouse and form a lavish modern interlude.
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.
The idea was to design a sustainable and spacious structure which is made out of a single pallet of material. The wide open living and dining spaces along with the kitchen area the bathrooms laundry a couple of private bedrooms and even a bunkroom complete the quarters.