The designed by John Wardle Architects on a sheep farm on North Bruny Island in Tasmania Australia might not be about minimalist design or ultra-sleek interiors but it sure garners some attention with its impressive renovation and warm wooden interiors.
The structure has been designed to naturally blend in with the ambient surroundings and offer those inside a constant visual connectivity with the lovely outdoors. The one large and flowing design of the interior showcases the ample space on offer while the rising and falling roof helps in demarcating space internally. The use of various natural tones of wood clad in Hoop Pine poplar and maple finishes that accentuate the beauty of the home.
Most modern homes seem to be following a similar style of design that combines spacious interiors stylish décor smart design and clean and well defined structure. The JPGN Residence that has taken shape in Brasilia Brazil is another beautiful example of this popular current trend.
Striking features like the wooden walls in the kitchen or the relaxing area and the wooden ceiling on the outside certainly kick it up a notch but it’s the warm atmosphere of the living room and all other spaces that gets to me for the Caruth Boulevard Residence.
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.