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.
The located on the east coast of Spain is a stunning modern estate that seems to present a beautiful and enticing contrast to the rugged and wild setting it is located in. The beautiful structure is home to three residences a large central villa a guest apartment and a second guest area along with sporting 12 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms in total. Apart from the sheer size of the Costa Brava House which gives it its grandeur the pristine and polished interiors bring together the best of sleek and ergonomic current décor.
The 800 square meter residence is a chic amalgamation of the characteristic form of old manor houses of the Alentejo along with sleek and well defined lines of contemporary structures. The resultant creation is a gorgeous two level villa that largely employs soothing neutral shades is predominantly clad in white and employs graceful use of glass and stone.
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.
A stylish additional with traditional overtones galore! A luxurious home that is sustainable and charming at the same time? It’s hard to find but we have it for you folks. Actually Dallas-based architect Tom Reisenbichler got it for you.