The décor inside is kept simple and uncomplicated and with a refreshing pool plenty of outdoor space and wooden patios that promise some amazing evenings this is well and truly a beach house that delivers everything it promises.
New Zealand is not just one of the most beautiful nations on the planet but its largely untouched landscape and sparse population offer you some of the most amazing natural settings. It is in the quiet town of Brightwater in the South Island of New Zealand and one such tranquil setting that one finds the gorgeous.
The lower floor contains the kids’ bedrooms the guestrooms and other facilities like the gymnasium and the home theater which are beautifully integrated with the rest of the house. The central attraction of the residence though is the serene and minimalist pond of Buddhist inspiration that should put any worries to rest.
Some of the visibly distinct and fascinating features of the home include the generous use of glass its U-shaped structure that links two separate properties using a common entrance and a cool driveway a refreshing pool that offers a wonderful textural contrast to the surrounding glass and stone flowing an spacious interiors clad in simple neutral shades clean and refined lines simple and minimalist décor and a lighting scheme that brings out the best features of the building.
Overlooking the port Philip Bay area the home designed by Maddison Architects is an amalgamation of two distinct structures into one. The idea is to bring together a south and a north facing facade with simple and elegant design. While this gives the house a unique look it also helps in terms of energy management and ventilation a great deal.